Chelsea FC forward Timo Werner has warned Real Madrid ahead of their Champions League semifinal clash.
The German feels that he has unfinished business in the competition after he dropped out of the showpiece in the quarterfinal stage.
“Last year I dropped out in the quarter-finals because of the move. I had a lot of criticism for that in Germany because it is not often you are in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. But now I have reached it again, one year later, with my new club. I can show everybody I can do it not only with one team but with two, two years in a row.
“It makes me proud – and hungrier to make it this year to the final. And maybe to win,” he said.
The player however admitted that they will be up against a strong opponent and have to focus on the Premier league too where they are currently placed fourth on the log.
“To reach the Champions League final and win it is the dream of every kid. We face a very strong opponent. We want to keep pushing and give everything we have. It’s very difficult because we have to also keep an eye on the Premier League because we have big games there. It is not boring!” he said.