Chelsea loanee, Levi Colwill, has disclosed that he has not even thought about returning to manager Graham Potter’s team.
Colwill also praised Potter, adding that everybody respects the English coach.
Recall that Potter succeeded former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge in early September, following an impressive spell at Brighton.
Potter signed Colwill for Brighton on a season-long loan while at the Amex Stadium before heading to west London.
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“It is life, it is football. If a player gets an offer from a team that is also in the Champions League, that is in Europe, they’re gonna think about it,” Cowill said (via Fabrizio Romano).
“Obviously Graham took his opportunity to take it so I can’t say anything about that. Just obviously wish him well.”
“You could tell “You could tell straight away from day one that he is such a big person to be around and you could see that everyone respects him for what he does on and off the pitch.”
He added, “You could tell his level as well is the highest it can be, so I can understand why Chelsea have gone for him.”
“To be honest I have not even thought about that (returning to Potter’s Chelsea). I can’t really think about what is gonna happen in the future. Like I said, I am focused on Brighton and that is the only thing I can be.”