Christian Pulisic frustrated by lack of Chelsea minutes but won't give up

Ralph Hasenhuttl's Southampton take on Chelsea on Sunday

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Southampton take on Chelsea on Sunday

Chelsea have 14 points and are two off second-placed Manchester City - after the champions' shock home defeat to Wolves - but trail Liverpool by ten after eight fixtures.

After the win over Southampton, Lampard said Chelsea's depth will be criticial for its congested schedule.

Chelsea has won four matches in a row in three different competitions after the worldwide break they welcome Newcastle United to Stamford Bridge.

"I was born not too far away".

"Obviously I haven't been getting as many minutes as I would like", Pulisic told British media. "We are starting to get results, but we are still improving and we know we can go even higher".

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On his ankle, which was strapped up post-match, Mount added: "It's just precautionary, trying to keep the swelling down".

Lampard echoed Mount's sentiments about finishing strongly before his players left Cobham to link up with their national teams.

Pulisic played a lovely ball into space for Batshuayi to run on to it and slip it past Southampton keeper Angus Gunn in the 89th minute.

Chelsea had kept only one league clean sheet in seven games under Lampard and they were breached easily in the 30th minute. "I don't live under a rock", he said.

"I trusted Tammy at the start of the season and I felt it was his time to come back to Chelsea".

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"The outside opinions don't matter as much to me as to what's in the team and myself and the people who care about me". "We need to match it, at least, because we want to keep our momentum going".

That has represented a huge opportunity for Abraham, however, along with the likes of Mason Mount, Fikayo Tomori and Callum Hudson-Odoi, who made his first Premier League start against Southampton after a long lay-off with a ruptured Achilles.

"Strikers live for goals so it's great for him".

"He will get better because he has had a serious injury".

Although Danny Ings' displayed some fight for the home side, in truth it never really looked like Saints would spring an upset against a youthful Chelsea team.

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