My time at Chelsea has been great so far, says Oscar

Chelsea midfielder Oscar says his time at the Blues has been great so far after helping Brazil win the Confederations Cup on Sunday

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Oscar joined Chelsea from Internacional last summer Photo: The Sport Review

Oscar believes he had a “great” first season at Chelsea after capping of the campaign by helping Brazil win the Confederations Cup on Sunday night.

The 21-year-old scored four goals and made five assists in 34 Premier League appearances after completing a reported £25m move to the west London side from Internacional last summer.

And the Brazil international, who featured in his country’s 3-0 victory over Spain in the Confederations Cup final, wants to continue improving at the Europa League winners and help the Blues win more silverware next season.

“I think my time in Chelsea has been great so far,” Oscar told The Green Soccer Journal.

“It is my first year in Europe and I was the player with (the) most appearances for the club, I think. I was involved in every single match. Not too bad for the first season, is it?

“My goals are to keep doing my job for Chelsea and improve what I’ve done until now. If I manage to play better and with the help of my team-mates, I think we can win many titles next season.”

Oscar also believes he has adapted to the Premier League’s pace and physicality after a full campaign in the English top flight.

“I used to watch English football on TV when I was younger in Brazil,” he added.

“I already knew it was a dynamic, competitive and fast way of playing. When I got here, I just confirmed all of that.

“I think I am already adapted to the English game.”

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