Remy admits that he was ready to stay at queens park rangers, but could not hesitate a call to join one of the greatest clubs in the world, Chelsea.
A deal with Liverpool failed earlier in the season, but in the last minutes before the transfer deadline, the France star completed a deal with Chelsea. He joined QPR last year from Marseille, but he is aware that he won’t be the first choice for Stamford bridge striker. However, he is happy for having a chance to play for Chelsea the early EPL leaders.
The 27 year old striker says that this is a good response to his critics and did not sign the contract to sit at the bench, but to improve his skills alongside Chelsea’s best players.