Alex Kiwomya: I'm better for Chelsea move
"The technical side of my game has come on so much. When I arrived at the club in 2010 I could barely use my left foot and was just mainly about my speed but now I can dribble past players and shoot at goal and really influence games. We work on that stuff every day in training and it really shows," he told chelseafc.com.
"Watching Eden Hazard and training with Florent Malouda when he was here, even watching people like Gael Kakuta, has helped me a lot. I try to come through in games and it turns out I prevail in the bigger games. I like pressure and I think the more pressure there is, the more I perform because I put the expectation on myself to do well."
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