Werner makes humble admission to Chelsea fans: I don't why you support me!

Timo Werner has admitted he doesn’t know why Chelsea fans support him.

In a candid interview with Premier League Productions, Werner humbly admitted he had not done well enough in front of goal since joining the Blues.

The German striker has 18 goals to his name from his first 70 appearances for the west London club.

Werner said: “Sometimes, I even don’t know why they are supporting me so much because, as a striker, you want to score as many goals as possible and sometimes I miss this aim.

“I have to be honest about that, but I think it is a lot of fun to play in front of the Chelsea fans and, when they give you the support like they give it to me, it makes you even stronger when you miss chances or when you have hard times.

“On the other side, I think I try to give my best every game. I give, every time, 100 per cent and [hope] that, at the end, the fans are happy and also that the team are happy.

“It’s hard to explain, but of course when you go into the stadium and the fans like you, and they support you and they scream your name, it makes it much more fun and makes you more proud than the other way around because I know how it is to go to stadiums and the fans don’t like you and they hate you.

“So, it’s very nice and it’s very, very good to feel it the other way around.”

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