Chelsea player is warned by Pochettino not to get too carried away by his recent performances.
Cole Palmer has received caution from Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino not to get carried away by his strong performances and the recognition they have brought.
Palmer left Manchester City for the Blues in the summer after struggling to make an impression on Pep Guardiola’s all-star team.
But thanks to his outstanding performances for the Blues since joining them, the 21-year-old has shown everyone he can hold his own in any team.
Palmer has contributed four assists and four penalty goals for Pochettino’s team so far this season, demonstrating his confidence. Despite his coach’s satisfaction with his play, the Argentinean coach has cautioned Palmer not to give up.
When questioned on Friday about the England international, Pochettino said to reporters, “Maybe you read my mind because we were talking about keeping players at their best in the last few weeks.”
After they perform well in a few games, it’s important to keep them outside of their comfort zone because, well, humans. It is our daily duty to challenge him.
“That is the reason we signed him; we have faith in him, but it’s never easy to compete with big players—perhaps with us on this project, it’s easier—but Man City won the Champions League. to never stop challenging him and the other players to perform at their peak.