It’s time to rest and enjoy with family and friends for Pedro in homeland -Tenerife- after a hard and long season with Chelsea and Spain National Team. Blues’ winger also has a lot of charity dates there following his own Foundation busy schedule in summer.
On this scenario Pedro reflects deeply about past, present and future with an optimistic sight for next season in Blue and believes new manager Antonio Conte will restore the club back to the top of the Premier League.
“I’m very happy with how my first year went at Chelsea, especially for adaptation but not so much for the results," he told Spanish publication La Opinion de Tenerife.
"It was difficult for me and a situation I had never experienced in my career but we all learn and I think what happened will make me stronger.
"Tthe following season could be crucial for me and I hope to be even more integrated into the team and the Premier League, hopefully we can be in the top positions. I hope to improve and contribute more to the club that signed me”.
“All teams are being reinforced very well and the league is becoming more competitive.
"It always has been, but look at what happened this season with the triumph of Leicester, whom nobody considered at the start of the season - that shows how anyone can win.
"We have a new coach in Antonio Conte, and I think he can help a lot and restore Chelsea to the place it belongs. I’ll do everything in my power to make it so.”
|- Blues get last-gap win at Britannia Stadium (1-2)|
|- Pedro back to Spain squad after first Lopetegui’s call-up|
|- Blues keep strong up on top after Derby win (1-2)|
|- Superb Pedro leads Blues to win over Swans (3-1)|
|- Pedro strikes again in FA Cup win (0-2)|
|- “Always it is about hard work”|
|- Pedro strikes again as Blues are held in Turf Moor (1-1)|
|- Blues extend gap at the top after Derby win (3-1)|
|- Points are shared in midweek contest at Anfield (1-1)|
|- Four-goal win drive Blues to FA Cup fifth round (4-0)|