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Graham Potter has described his meeting with Chelsea co-owner, Behdad Eghbali during his holiday at California as a boost for him as he eyes a turn around for the club.

Chelsea lost four of their last five games before the world cup break and will resume action against AFC Bournemouth on December 27th at Stamford bridge.

Potter noted that even though the poor form had caused him a lot of worry, he disclosed that the support from the Chelsea top shots has made him more confident.

“When I was over in California I met with Behdad, so that was good, we had a good chat with him and there’s fantastic support. So I’m really looking forward to the weeks, months and years ahead.

“I’m even more confident, even more, aware of the support I have now than I was three months ago when I took the job. So that tells you something. It’s a credit to them and their support and how they have communicated with me – it’s been fantastic.

“We all know the pressure and the demands at this club but we have also got enough people who can see the perspective and where we are at to be able to say, ‘this is where we are, how can we improve?”

Chelsea currently sits 8th on the log with 21 points from 14 games- a position that speaks more to their struggling form.

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