‘Decisions to be made’: Chelsea manager Graham Potter makes squad admission despite 3-0 Wolves win

Graham Potter made seven changes to the team that beat AC Milan in midweek but the performance of players was still outstanding.

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Chelsea manager Graham Potter says he can not complain about the professionalism of his players since he took over after their 3-0 win over Wolves in the Premier League.

Goals from Kai Havertz, Christian Pulisic and Armando Broja secured a comfortable win at Stamford Bridge for the Blues.

Before the game against AC Milan Chelsea had not kept a clean sheet but they have now kept two in their last two games and players like Mason Mount and Christian Pulisic who were fading under Thomas Tuchel look rejuvenated.

After eight games Chelsea are fourth on the Premier League table, they have won their last three games in the league for the first time since last year and they look a different side to the one that lost to Southampton.

Seven changes were made including leaving Reece James, Aubameyang and Mateo Kovacic on the bench.

Asked if the changes was to get a feel of some of the players who have not had minutes in recent times, the Chelsea boss said he felt he needed to refresh the starting eleven ahead of their visit to Milan on Tuesday.

He told BBC 5live: “There are few decisions to be made with the freshness of the team but the starting up was just picked to try and win the game.”

Mason Mount was one of the survivors from the Milan team who started, the English midfielder grabbed two assists and bundles of energy throughout the game. His manager says the midfielder is a unique breed and a very good human being.

Graham Potter added:  “He is a fantastic player and a fantastic person and he continues in all phases of the game and he is an important player for us.

“He brings so much energy and he is really responsible.”