Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has lauded the work rate of German striker Timo Werner.
The attacker has find it difficult with goals in the Premier League in recent months.
Nevertheless, Werner has consistently created chances for himself and his teammates, and has worked very hard in most games.
He nearly grabbed a goal against Liverpool in a 1-0 win on Thursday, but VAR ruled he was just offside before scoring.
When quizzed about Werner after the game, Tuchel told reporters: “I demand 100% in every training, I don’t allow self-pity.
“Timo is full of talent and plays for one of the best clubs in the world, in one of the best leagues in the world. So there is no need for him to worry too much.
“So if he puts in the effort, puts himself in a state of mind to play on the highest level.
“We are not counting the minutes [to goals] and for me and my approach it is not an issue.”