Chelsea ace Radamel Falcao believes this season will fare much better than his disastrous campaign with Manchester United, according to reports from the Express.
Falcao joined Man United last summer from Monaco on a mega loan deal and was expected to bag in the goals for Louis van Gaal’s side, however the Colombian struggled for form and fitness for much of the term.
This therefore saw the Red Devils refuse to sign him on a permanent basis, opening the door for Chelsea to make their own loan swoop during the summer.
Already declared as a United flop, the Colombia international however is confident heading into the new season, and believes the goals will flow once again at Stamford Bridge.
“I feel very well, free and with a lot of confidence. I don’t feel pressure to score,” Falcao told the Sun.
“Strikers always want to score goals, clearly, but I’m calm. The goals will come and we have great strikers in this team.
“Diego Costa and Loic Remy are excellent finishers. We hope to have healthy competition and, after that, the coach will decide.
“The more games we play the more the team will grow and we will be ready to fight this season.”
The 29-year-old could start the Blues’ opening fixture against Swansea this weekend, with Diego Costa still struggling with a hamstring problem.
Falcao made 26 league appearances for United last season, scoring only four goals.