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"I Cannot Wait to Play Here and I'm Excited to be a Chelsea's Player" - Hakim Ziyech

The Chelsea's new signing, Hakim Ziyech arrived in London last week, and he has been training alone at Chelsea's Training Ground, Cobham.

Hakim Ziyech was at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, as he watched Chelsea's match against Norwich, and he also showed up in the Blues dressing room to meet some Chelsea's players after the match on Tuesday.

However, Hakim Ziyech had his first exclusive interview being a Chelsea's player since his arrival, and the Moroccan international made some utterance as per his move to Chelsea and how hard and difficult is Premier League.

Hakim Ziyech told Chelsea's Official Club Website;

"I cannot wait to play here (Chelsea) and I am excited. For me, it's not fast enough to begin. I have waited a long time for this moment, four or five times, but it's finally here and I will do everything in my power to make everybody (Chelsea's fans) happy"

"When you are a young guy you always want to play for a big club, in the Premier League of course"

"When I was young, the players that played here, it was always a big club so I am very happy and it means a lot. I was playing in the youth in Heerenveen and here was playing Drogba, Lampard, Terry, all those big names"

"We were always for Chelsea, and if you look at now, if you can play here it means a lot to me."

"Yeah, I have been told that Premier League is hard, but football is just playing with your head and being smart and creating spaces and it's always in small thing"

In other words, Hakim Ziyech has been teased to perform amazingly at Stamford Bridge, basically because of his unalloyed talent.

As a reminder, the Blues new signing has been successfully involved in over 140 goals in his playing career.

Would Hakim Ziyech transform Chelsea like Bruno Fernandez did to Manchester united?

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