Mykhailo Mudryk has potentially cleared up any debate over whether he picked up an injury for Chelsea last night.
He told Viaplay Football that he thinks he is okay, despite being replaced after just 45 minutes last night.
A culmination of multiple successful performances in a row were on show last night for Mudryk, as he found the net for Chelsea for the very first time
He latched on to a Levi Colwill pass to open the scoring for the Blues, as they went on to beat West London rivals Fulham 2-0 thanks to a quickfire double in the first half.
The weight that seemed to be lifted off his shoulders was clear to see as he wheeled away in celebration, with the joy on his face being matched by his teammates.
There was a fear that this may have been all for nothing as he did not emerge for the second half, being replaced by Ian Maatsen.
Mudryk gives update on his injury.
It soon emerged that his substitution had not been a tactical decision, and instead it was an enforced decision made by Mauricio Pochettino.
However, it later emerged that there were hopes at the club that it was not a serious issue, and instead just a small issue with his thigh.
The player then came out and gave a short and sharp response to how he was feeling after the game.
When asked, he said: “Yeah, it’s okay.”
With the injury crisis currently going on at Stamford Bridge, any positive news in that department is great for the Blues.
Even last night, Moises Caicedo and Armando Broja were also forced off with problems, although again there is hope that these are not too serious.