Pulisic has all the good signs for what he can be for Chelsea.
Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard believes that there is "lots, lots more to come" from Christian Pulisic following the club's UEFA Super Cup defeat to Liverpool.
Pulisic arrived at Stamford Bridge from Borussia Dortmund for a reported fee of £58million. He impressed on his starting debut for Chelsea on Wednesday night as he provided a fine assist for Olivier Giroud to break the deadlock in the 36th minute at Istanbul. This was before the United States international scored a goal that was ruled out for offside.
The match finished 1-1 after 90 minutes and 2-2 following the extra time.
And, after losing 5-4 to Jurgen Klopp's Reds on penalties, Lampard praised the 20-year-old attacker.
"I was pleased and there is a lot more to come," the Blues boss told reporters as the Telegraph quoted. "The expectancy is right, he (Pulisic) is a big signing for us but you have to remember his age. He's 20 and come into the league, into this game, against Liverpool, one of the most intense teams in football.
"It took a bit of time early in the game to get his feeling. But once he did, you could see his confidence in carrying the ball and to create.
"I am really happy with him. There is lots, lots more to come, again all the good signs for what he can be for the club."