Chelsea midfielder Jorginho has aimed a swipe at the English press after he was made a scapegoat for the Blues misfortune during the season.
The Italian midfielder was always at the centre point whenever things did not go in Chelsea's favour last season.
Chelsea was able to retrace their steps and put things right as they claim the Europa League title and Jorginho says he never doubted his ability.
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"I received a lot of criticism maybe because in England they are not accustomed to seeing a playmaker with my skills," he added.
"Because I'm not a physical player but I think more about playing the ball. It was difficult for them to understand it because the results were not good.
"They needed to find someone to blame. But I always believed in myself and I kept going. In the end, I showed everyone that they were wrong."
Jorginho won the Europa Cup in his debut season with Chelsea along with his boss Maurizio Sarri.