N’Golo Kante has put safety fears behind by shows commitments at Cobham training ground on Wednesday afternoon as Frank Lampard’s player preparing for the restart of the Premier League this week.
Kante, who missed Blues first-two training because of safety fears amid the coronavirus pandemic, made started in Chelsea 7-1 victory over QPR on Sunday afternoon.
The Frenchman continue shows commitment as Chelsea squad enjoyed a competitive game of football at training on Wednesday afternoon.
Frank Lampard’s men are preparing for the restart of the Premier League this week and the Blues face Aston Villa at Villa Park next Sunday in their first game back.
The Blues will be looking to keep hold of their coveted fourth spot as Frank Lampard bids to keep the club in the Champions League in his debut season in charge.
Manchester United are breathing down their necks and sit just three points behind them in fifth, while surprise packages Wolves and Sheffield United are just five points behind.
Tottenham and Arsenal also remain a threat on 41 and 40 points respectively.
Chelsea already made a statement of their intent for next season by agreeing a deal to sign highly rated Leipzig forward Timo Werner despite huge interest in the German from top clubs around Europe.