Spanish ace vows to continue goal scoring exploits.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa has vowed to continue his rich vein of early season form long into the season, the Daily Star reports.
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The 25-year-old has netted four goals in three Premier League games since making a £32million move from Atletico Madrid.
However, he failed to find the back of the net during Thursday night’s friendly against France, showing that coach Vicente Del Bosque still has some way to go to get the best out of him.
Costa is yet to score in five games and there is a sense the European champions’ playing style, which relies on grinding down opponents with long periods of possession, may not be suited to his more direct approach.
“I sincerely believe that, with work, the results will come and that’s what I am focusing on,” Costa said.
“Things are going very well for me at Chelsea and that encourages me to continue improving.”
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