Summer arrival Loic Remy has commented on the talent that Chelsea target Paul Pogba has in abundance.
Remy, 27, joined the Blues from West London rivals Queens Park Rangers and, while he has made six appearances in all competitions this season, he has rarely featured for the entire 90 minutes. To date, he has competed in 297 minutes of competitive football but has still scored one goal and provided an assist.
His struggle to displace the thriving Diego Costa has not jeopardised his involvement with the France national football team and while away on duty, Remy could not help but talk up his Les Bleus team-mate Pogba, who was reportedly piquing the interest of the Chelsea management earlier in the summer.
"He’s still so young, and yet it feels like he’s been with France for a while now," he said. "He’s already one of the team’s leaders, both on and off the pitch."
The transfer window may only have been closed for five weeks, but already the rumours for the mid-season market have begun as the Daily Star have reported that Chelsea could launch a $75 million (£48 million) bid for Liverpool's superstar-in-the-making Raheem Sterling.
And finally, John Terry is pleased that the club's defensive prowess is beginning to show in domestic duty, however, he has stressed that the part players like Eden Hazard and Andre Schurrle play is truly significant to the keeping of a clean sheet.
The skipper told Sky Sports: "We have had a few clean sheets on the bounce, defensively we have been doing very well, not just the back four, but it's also people like Eden and Andre coming back and able to go forward as well."