Hakim Ziyech has expressed his delight after finally made his debut for Chelsea in their 3-3 draw against Southampton in Saturday’s Premier League game.
The Morocco winger arrived at Stamford Bridge this summer after reaching an agreement in February with the side to join them.
Ziyech, 27, only made one appearance for the Blues, during their pre-season friendly against Brighton and Hove Albion, where he suffered a knee injury.
The winger has been struggling with the problem which halted his chances of making his competitive appearance for the Stamford Bridge outfit.
Ziyech, however, used the international break to regain his fitness, featuring for 30 minutes in Morocco’s 3-1 victory over Senegal on October 9.
On his return to Stamford Bridge, the talented winger was able to convince manager Frank Lampard of his readiness for action and made a cameo appearance for the side against the Saints on Saturday evening.
The 27-year-old featured for 18 minutes in his first Premier League game after replacing Mason Mount and showed glimpses of his abilities.
Ziyech has now taken to social media to share his feelings on his debut for the Stamford Bridge outfit.
‘Disappointed about the result but happy to have made my debut,’ Ziyech posted on Instagram.