Mykhailo Mudryk has given Chelsea fans an insight of what inspired him to score his first goal for the club.
The Ukrainian was the star of the show as the Blues secured a 2-0 victory over rivals Fulham at Craven Cottage on Monday night.
Mudryk put Mauricio Pochettino's side ahead with his first goal for the club, before Armando Broja doubled their lead just a minute later.
Perhaps Mudryk was aided by the shin pads that he was wearing that showed the word 'can't' being gradually etched out in favour of the word 'can'.
For the winger, it was a goal that will have been a huge relief after a difficult year.
The Blues completed a £88.5million deal to sign Mudryk during the January transfer window, beating Arsenal to his signature.
Since then, the 22-year-old has made 24 appearances without showing anything like his true ability.
However after finding the net and putting in a stunning display, fans can start to get excited about the potential that the young star has.
Speaking after the match, Pochettino said: «For 'Mischa' he scored his first goal in the Premier League, and for Armando after a long period out, he scored again. I’m so happy for them, they deserve it.
»We need to understand that young people need time and need to settle. It’s about adaptation.
«It’s a big change when Mudryk arrived here and when you arrive at a team, it’s not easy to settle in a team that isn’t solid. He wasn’t the cherry on the cake, they needed to add something to the team.
»It’s about time, having patience, trusting these young talented players, building confidence. It’s a big job, step by step.
«Sometimes people don’t have the patience but for us it’s about having the patience. Even when we weren’t winning, we were calm, stayed positive, had theRead on talksport.com