WSL: Chelsea 'more resilient' this season, says Robert Udberg

Gemma Davison
Pre-season signing Gemma Davison has scored five goals in her first four matches for Chelsea

Early Women's Super League One leaders Chelsea Ladies are "more resilient" this season, according to assistant boss Robert Udberg.

Chelsea, who finished second last season, have a 100% record so far this term and knocked holders Arsenal out of the FA Women's Cup on Sunday.

Udberg told BBC Sport: "We've got more resilience in us this year and that's shown in the results we've had already.

"We just want to get to the mid-season point in a good position."

A tough start to the season on paper
Only two of Chelsea's six league games before the mid-season break are at home

Udberg also praised winger Gemma Davison, who has scored in every game for her new club since signing in pre-season.

"She's a very, very dedicated trainer. She asks a lot of questions about the game, wants to know more and more all the time.

"She's been really dynamic on the pitch and is contributing with goals."

Chelsea host reigning champions Liverpool in their next game on Sunday.

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