WERDER.DE: You made your Bundesliga debut relatively soon after coming back from injury. Did you expect that?
Benjamin Goller: “No, I didn’t. I obviously benefited from the fact that we had a number of players out injured. I think I took my chance when I got it.”
WERDER.DE: What kind of memories did you take from your debut against Union Berlin?
Benjamin Goller: “It was an unbelievable feeling to make my debut. The game was quite hectic and we just won 2-1. We were desperate to win the game. I was pleased when my debut was over and that we’d taken the three points (laughs).”
WERDER.DE: You played in the Champions League for Schalke last year. Did you put yourself under pressure to make your Bundesliga debut after waiting so long for it?
Benjamin Goller: “No, not at all. As a young player, I simply have to take every minute I can get. Then I have to work on myself, analyse my game and work out what I did well and what not. You often don’t improve if you put yourself under too much pressure.”