Chelsea on-loan striker Michy Batshuayi established himself as the first player to score in the Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga, and the Ligue 1.
The Belgian was signed by Antonio Conte in a £33m deal and managed just 7 Premier Leagues in 32 games for Chelsea.
He was sent on loan to Borussia Dortmund last season and scored 7 goals for the Bundesliga outfit in 10 games before sustaining an injury.
Regardless, the player still fancies his chances at Chelsea going by the performances that Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud have put up thus far in the ongoing season.
He revealed that he was not intent on making a permanent move away from Chelsea in a chat with The Times.
“No [I’m not looking for a permanent move]. I’ve so much respect for Chelsea and I love them”
“This loan is important for my development, to show how good I am so that I can go back to Chelsea a better player.”
Chelsea are yet to suffer a defeat this term, and with regards to Batshuayi’s chances at Stamford Bridge, it remains to be seen if Maurizio Sarri rates him enough to give him a chance.
Meanwhile, the Belgian is hoping to make a big impact when Valencia takes on Manchester United in the Champions League at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.
Speaking on how he’s coping in Spain, he said: “It’s a bit strange, but cool at the same time.”
“I’ve travelled and experienced life in a bunch of different countries, been able to see what football is like here, there and everywhere. I’ve got a lot of good out of it.”
“Everyone knows there’s real emphasis on technique in La Liga and I’m a technical player; in that sense it’s a good fit.”
“But all leagues are a good fit for me — I can play anywhere. Germany and England were good fits too.”