Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has opened up on his current situation at Chelsea.
The Spain International lost his starting position to new signing Edouard Mendy for Chelsea’s 4-0 win over Crystal Palace in the Premier League.
The former Atletico Bilbao’s man believes he has the confidence to turn the situation around.
“I feel good, strong, confident,” he told a press conference, as quotes by Sport Witness.
“It may not be the desired or dreamed situation, but sometimes we have to experience situations like this. I have the confidence to work and turn it around.
“I do not have the feeling of being a substitute. We have three goalkeepers, and the level is very high.
“It is the coach who chooses the eleven, and we have to try to do our best and if we do not play, add as much as possible.”
“I’m in a great club, in a great national team. I feel lucky to belong to these two teams.”
“Obviously all players want to play. I do not consider myself beyond the day to day. In football, it is difficult to look at the medium-long term.
“Everything can change. Now the closest thing is the national team, and my focus is put in these three games.”