KENEDY shouldn’t be enthusiastic about making his mortgage deal to Newcastle everlasting – as he’s determined to make the grade at Chelsea.
The Brazilian spent the second half of final season with the Toon and is again at St James’ Park from the Blues this time period.
However Kenedy admits his ambition is to succeed at his mother or father membership, who he moved to from Fluminense in 2015.
The winger, 22, stated: “It was good to be loaned to get extra taking part in time – higher than staying at Chelsea and never taking part in.
“I hope this 12 months I could make a great season for Newcastle and return to Chelsea to proceed.
“I’ve a dream to return and to be a champion for the membership.”
When requested about his spell in London, the place he has made 27 appearances for the Blues, he claims he isn’t thought to be a flop.
He added: “It’s not that I didn’t succeed at Chelsea. I arrived at 19, I used to be very younger.
“Simply being within the Premier League is already a fantastic achievement. Lots of people come and may’t play.
“For me, it’s been superb. My dream is to win a significant title.”