Chelsea forward Pedro Rodriguez has given his thoughts on the new managerial regime of Frank Lampard.
Former Chelsea midfielder was recently appointed the new manager.
In his recent interview monitored by popular media outlet Metro, Pedro Rodriguez revealed how he has enjoyed the start to life under Frank Lampard.
According to him, the intensity of training has been very good.
Pedro Rodriguez would certainly target more minutes under Frank Lampard than the one he got from the last managerial era under Maurizio Sarri.
The Spanish international star scored eight goals and also added two assists in 21 Premier League starts and 10 substitute appearances.
Pedro also scored in the Europa League final as Chelsea ended last season with a trophy by beating London rivals Arsenal 4-1.
The Spaniard has a big opportunity to stake a claim for a permanent spot in the starting XI this season especially with the exit of Eden Hazard.
The Belgian international has left the club for Spanish giants Real Madrid for a club-record deal worth £88m excluding bonuses.
He will have to contend with new signing Christian Pulisic who’s seen as the direct replacement for the aforementioned Hazard.
Chelsea paid £57.1m to sign him from Borussia Dortmund in January and he’s expected to join his new team this summer.