The goalkeeper spent the last three years on loan at Atletico Madrid and over the past seasons, he has become of the highly rated young shot stoppers in Europe.
Jose Mourinho does not want the Belgian to leave again, but to stay and compete with Petr Cech for the number one position at Stamford Bridge. Courtois says he is ready for the challenge and happy to be received well at the club.
“My new team-mates have been really great; they’ve welcomed me and you really feel that you are a part of this team,” Courtois told Chelsea’s website.
“I wasn’t anybody [before that].
“In the last three years, I have been able to improve myself a lot and make my name in the football world. [eap_ad_2]
“Now it is up to me to keep working hard here at Chelsea, keep improving myself and helping the team to achieve the things we all want.”
The 22-year-old also spoke of the Champions League ties last season, when Atletico faced Chelsea and eventually eliminated the Premier League side from the competition.
“That night was a really good experience but obviously I was playing for the other side at Stamford Bridge so it was a little bit weird.
“Now I’m just looking forward to playing a game at Stamford Bridge in the Chelsea colours.”[eap_ad_3]