Mykhailo Mudryk has already made his mark as a Chelsea player.

The 22-year-old hasn’t even been a blue for week, yet is already endearing himself to the home supporters.

He instantly earned credit in the bank by choosing Stamford Bridge over the Emirates.

This act of allegiance encouraged the Chelsea fans to create a new chant for the new recruit, one they revealed on the weekend.

A few thousand travelled from London to Liverpool on Saturday, in the hope of seeing Mudryk in the flesh.

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Graham Potter picked the Ukrainian for the matchday squad, but started him on the bench following just a handful of training sessions with the group.

But it only took the manager ten minutes of the second half-half to bring on the attacker.

Mykhailo Mudryk came up trumps for Chelsea

Whilst the result finished 0-0, Mudryk made sure his Chelsea debut was one to remember.

His performance was full of positivity, pace and panache.

Liverpool looked shaky every time the forward approached them, whereas Potter’s men appeared enlightened by the substitute.

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Mudryk clearly captured the attention and admiration of those who watched his first fixture in blue.

Pundits were impressed by the outing at Anfield, as were several of his teammates.

Following the encouraging exhibition, Mudryk cemented the moment via an Instagram post.

‘Debut for Chelsea on the Anfield is good, but can’t wait to my debut on the Stamford Bridge,’ he wrote, accompanied with a highlight real of his game against the Reds.

Fellow fresh face at Cobham Noni Madueke simply replied ‘Warm brooo’, a message that was replicated by Trevoh Chalobah’s ‘Warming up’ response.

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Keeping up with the heat theme, Reece James sent a lightening emoji, in homage to Mudryk’s electric speed.

Hopefully Potter will soon be able to unleash James, Madueke and Mudryk all at once for Chelsea.

"Nathaniel is a football journalist who graduated from the University of Derby. He worked at Burton Albion as part of their media team for two years. Nathaniel produced regular articles for the club’s official website and match-day programme. He covered the 2018 U20 Women’s World Cup in Brittany and has reported from grounds ranging from non-league up to the Premier League. Nathaniel is a full-time writer for the Chelsea Chronicle, and was formerly their social media man. His footballing career reached the sparkling heights of winning the Under-13s Bloxham Tournament in 2011."