The France international departed the Emirates to join their cross-town rivals in January 2018, but has struggled to nail down a starting berth with the Blues.
Giroud hoped for more regular minutes when he penned a new contract at Stamford Bridge at the end of last season, but Tammy Abraham’s emergence has limited his opportunities.
“Accept it? No. I do not accept it,” he told Le Pelerin, as reported by The Sun.
“You do not have to be fatalistic in certain situations. I have always been respectful and humble.
“Even if I do not agree with the coach, I do not criticise him.
“But in myself, I cannot accept it because I know what I’m worth on a pitch.
“Last year, when I felt I deserved to play, I asked the coach for explanations.”
“It was not easy to leave Arsenal for Chelsea two years ago. I loved Arsenal,” he said.
“But it was a progression because Chelsea is the English club that has won the most titles, with Man City, in 10 years.
“I had competitors in attack – Alvaro Morata, Gonzalo Higuain, who ended up leaving.
“I won at the end: I played the final of the FA Cup in 2018 and the Europa League final in 2019.
“Once again, I’m starting the year in difficulty, but as my brother said, I have always built myself in the face of adversity. Although I would like there to be less!”
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