Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley is confident about the season that has just started after struggling in the past campaign for some injuries that stopped him and a lack of feeling and trust with former Blues boss Antonio Conte.
The former Everton player sets an ambitious goal for himself:
“I believe I can hit the 20 goals a season mark,” the England international told The Telegraph.
Barkley probably gained confidence thanks to new Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri, who gave him the chance to start in the first two Premier League games of this season:
“It’s a lot, but it’s achievable,” he continued.
“You see Lamps do it and Stevie [Gerrard] and [Paul] Scholes. It’s just starting in training first, scoring goals there and practising every day.
“I’ve played with Frank and I saw what he was like around England, and how much of a top professional he was.”