Schurrle admits there is room for improvement

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The Bayer Leverkusen striker has admitted that his performances have been below par this season and is confident of making a strong comeback.
Werkself started the second-half of the campaign impressively with a win against
Schurrle, who featured in the win against his former club, admitted that his performances have been affected by the team’s below par display in the first six months of the season. The player added that it has taken him some time
to settle into the new side and stated that there definitely has been shortage of goals but is confident to make a strong comeback in the remaining games of the campaign.
“That had little to do with the new environment or the new club though. If the team doesn't play well then the individuals often don't perform well either. Of course I'd love to have scored more goals. The chances were there, but
I didn't make the most of them. Despite that I'm remaining relaxed. It'll come back,” he was quoted as saying in an interview to
The German international played down rumours that he faces stiff competition from the likes of Eren Derdiyok and Stefan Kiessling. He stated that he can play wide on the wings also and can also play as a lone striker. The former
Mainz man admitted that he is not a natural striker and it is up to the manager to decide who will play upfront.
“I'm also not an out-and-out striker, instead I like to play on the left just behind the frontman. I could play further up front. It's up to the head coach though who he puts where,” he concluded.
Bayer Leverkusen will next face Werder Bremen at the Weserstadion in an away game. Robin Dutt’s side currently sits in sixth place with 29 points from the 18 games played thus far and have secured eight wins. The side is eight
points behind league leaders Bayern Munich with 20 games left in the campaign.



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