Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic is not too concerned despite increasing struggle to earn a regular spot under Thomas Tuchel.
The American wideman initially struggled to win the confidence of Frank Lampard, but became a regular during Project Restart.
The winger is now facing a similar situation under new boss Tuchel, although the challenge isn’t something that scares him.
“It hasn’t been the easiest thing,” Pulisic told reporters during international duty with the USMNT, via Goal.
“Obviously, I’m a guy who always wants to play, but I think I’m on a really good path.
“I love to take on challenges. I love to, not prove people wrong, but prove myself right in a way. So I’ll just continue to work hard.
“Coming into camp, I’m really just excited to get more minutes and play for my country. Regardless of what’s happening at the club level, I’m just thrilled to be here and I’m excited to represent this crest again.”
He added: “I was in a similar situation, I think, when I first came to Chelsea, so I had to work my way and earn my position in the team and to finally get some minutes.
“I feel like I did that and I feel like I’m basically going out there and trying to do the same thing now.
“I feel very confident in my form right now and the way I’m feeling and playing, so I think I’m on a good path.”