Olivier Giroud has reportedly said that he is not happy playing second fiddle at Stamford Bridge and wants something to be done for him to stay next season.
The striker joined Chelsea FC from Arsenal in January 2018 and will exhaust his contract with the London based club this summer.
The World Cup winner has begun just seven Premier League games this season and he has admitted to being sad with his current role on several occasions.
His goal against Slavia Prague makes him current club’s first player to score 10 or more goals within a single season of European competition.
The France international explained:
“Trust me, I am very frustrated when I am not on the pitch, but I don’t want to show it. “You need to keep that frustration and transform it into positive energy.
Trust me, I’m not happy to play the second role.
“Next year I will need to have a more important role to play. The most important thing for me is to be happy on the pitch, to enjoy the game and to have more minutes,”.