The Moroccan winger was the first of Chelsea’s glut of big name incomings ahead of the season, with the signings of Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, Ben Chilwell, Edouard Mendy and Thiago Silva following.
An injury picked up in a pre-season friendly against Brighton – in which he had laid on a fine assist for Werner – means Ziyech’s introduction to Frank Lampard’s side was hampered, with his competitive debut coming just last week.
However, the former Ajax man is clear about his ambitions in London as he looks forward to intergrated himself among the attacking talent.
“For the things to achieve I think it is clear that for everybody in the club it is winning trophies, to perform well and play beautiful football,” said Ziyech.
“Kai and Timo are two big talents and have already proved it in the past with what they did for their clubs before, Christian is also one of the biggest talents.
“They have enough quality and Christian he has already worked here longer than us so you see what he is capable of doing, he is just a crazy winger. I am really excited to be working with them, I can’t wait to be with them fully fit on the pitch and doing our things.”