So talented: Watch Video of What Hakim Ziyech did with Pedro in training before Wolves game

Hakim Ziyech has already started to show what Chelsea supporters can expect from him next season with some impressive displays in training.

The 27-year-old Morocco international moved to Stamford Bridge from Ajax, after the clubs agreed a deal worth up to £38million in February.

Ziyech, who officially joined the Stamford Bridge outfit earlier this month and trained with his new team-mates for the first time earlier this week, cannot play for Frank Lampard’s side in their final Premier League game of the season against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday.

But the 27-year-old has already showed why the Blues moved to sign him ahead of next campaign.

The technical gifted attacker has been taking part in full training with his new teammates at Chelsea’s Cobham base.

With Blues preparing for Wolverhampton Wanderers clash Hakim Ziyech has show what Chelsea supporters can expect to see next season with some impressive displays in training.

During training with his new team-mates at Cobham’s base on Friday morning Ziyech showed receiving the ball from winger Pedro and playing a deft one-two by lifting the ball over a defender for the Spaniard to run onto and smash past goalkeeper Kepa.

Mason Mount is another talented Chelsea attackers that was impressive during Frank Lampard & co final preparation ahead of Wolves clash.

The England international, who started Blues last two matches scored corner kick goal, while N’Golo Kante, who missed Chelsea last five matches in all competitions return to full training ahead of Wolves clash.

The Frenchman, who suffered an hamstring injury in Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Watford on July 4, will be available for Blues final Premier League clash of the campaign against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday, according to Frank Lampard.

‘There’s a possibility that he’ll feature, he’s trained, probably for the first time, towards at match pace this morning,’ Lampard said.

‘So it’s a decision I’ll have to make, talking to him, with the medical team, to see if he’s ready to start.’

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