Photo: Chelsea signing posts cryptic update ahead of Tottenham clash

Michy Batshuayi takes to social media to issue a cryptic rallying cry ahead of Chelsea's trip to Tottenham

Michy Batshuayi has taken to social media to issue a cryptic rallying cry as the striker looks to fight his way into the Chelsea first team this season.

The Belgian forward has found his first-team opportunities to be severely restricted this season following his arrival at the club from Marseille in the summer transfer window.

Indeed, Batshuayi is yet to make a Premier League start for Antonio Conte’s men this season as he struggled to get ahead of Diego Costa in the pecking order at Stamford Bridge.

The 23-year-old will no doubt have been hoping for some more regular playing time this season following his transfer to the Premier League.

However, the striker is clearly determined to keep fighting and working hard for a spot in the team, if his latest post on Instagram is anything to go by.

Batshuayi posted the picture above on the photo-sharing app and wrote: “Good night 😘😘”

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Chelsea travel to Tottenham in the Premier League on Wednesday night.

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