Chelsea appointed the former Brighton Coach as their new Head Coach on Thursday evening.
“I am incredibly proud and excited to represent Chelsea. I am excited to partner with Chelsea’s ownership.
“I look forward to working with the great group of players to develop a team and culture that our amazing fans can be proud of,” Potter stated.
Chelsea parted ways with their former First team Coach, Thomas Tuchel on Wednesday morning.
After speaking with Pochettino and a number of other names, the club settled on Potter as the right man to guide them going forward.
It is important to note that Chelsea paid Brighton £12.5million buyout clause to secure the English tactician.