Chelsea supporter’s response to Kai Havertz latest social media post was one of pure joy towards their struggling summer signing.
The 21-year-old uploaded a few images to his Instagram story of him taking part in training exercises.
It was a welcomed sight for Blues fans, who quickly acknowledged how happy Havertz looked.
This positive outlet has certainly not been present throughout his time at Stamford Bridge.
There has been a chain of pain and poor form ever since Havertz in England arrived last year.
Injury issues, catching coronavirus and the small matter of moving to a different country have all contributed to his disappointing Chelsea career so far.
But from his latest update, Havertz does look more settled into his surroundings and with the squad.
Perhaps this is partly due to the arrival of Thomas Tuchel.
Many felt one of the German’s main selling point was his ability to connect with his fellow countryman, on a personal and footballing level.
Overcoming another injury layoff may also be a factor.
Havertz has missed the last six fixtures after picking up a knock at Cobham towards the beginning of February.
Tuchel did hand him a few minutes against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night and could be in contention to play Manchester United this weekend.
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This is content we want to see. Havertz looking more at home.
I hope this can translate to results on the pitch, which I have no doubts will come soon.
Maybe this season is too soon. But the next campaign is a whole different kettle of Kai fish.