Chelsea striker, Timo Werner, has cautioned his new partners that they won’t win any prizes, on the off chance that they keep on spilling objectives.
Werner was speaking to the media following a 3-3 draw with Southampton on Saturday.
The German international opened his account for the Blues with a brace, before Danny Ings and Adams Che made it 2-2.
Kai Havertz put Chelsea in front ahead, but they conceded another equalizer deep into stoppage time and the visitors earned a point through Jannik Vestergaard’s goal.
When asked if they have a problem in defence, Werner told Premier League productions:
“I don’t know if we have a problem but in the end the last three games we concede six goals and that’s not where we want to be.
“I think we are Chelsea, we want to battle for titles.
“In the end believe it’s not the offense that successes titles. In Germany we generally state protection wins titles. I feel that is valid.”