According to Goal.com; Timo Werner was philosophical about his 14-game goal drought for club and country.
It's like when [guys] go to the disco, they want to get a girl," the German reasoned on Chelsea's official podcast this week. They don't get a girl because they want it too much.
On Saturday evening, against West Ham, Werner's patience and hard work finally paid off.
The struggling striker netted a 43rd-minute winner that significantly boosted Chelsea's hopes of qualifying for next season's Champions League.
Werner had effectively started the move, too. He held the ball up well before finding Christian Pulisic, who released Ben Chilwell.
The full-back then picked out Werner with an accurate, low cross and the former RB Leipzig hotshot slotted home his 11th goal of the season in all competitions.