Chelsea's £110,000-per-week outcast Danny Drinkwater reveals he's seeing a psychologist as he opens up on drink-driving, being attacked in a nightclub, headbutting a team-mate and personal problems 
Drinkwater has been left on the fringes at Chelsea for the last two years.
The 30-year-old admits he fell out of love with the game in recent times
But recently, he has spoken of how he is looking forward to rebuilding his career 
The midfielder has also revealed he is seeing a sports psychologist in a bid to jump-start his career and has opened up on the extraordinary off-field incidents that have plagued his career over the last two years.
Drinkwater has been marginalised at Chelsea and is looking to leave the club either on loan or on permanent terms in the present transfer window.
But Premier League clubs may feel tentative about approaching the man who has three England caps after recent run-ins involving drink-driving, headbutting Jota on loan at Aston Villa and the victim of a nightclub attack. 
Chelsea outcast Danny Drinkwater has opened up on a challenging couple of years
Last season, Drinkwater spent time on loan at Burnley (pictured) and Aston Villa
Drinkwater was attacked in a nightclub shortly after he joined Burnley on loan from Chelsea
'I know my Chelsea move hasn't worked out how anybody would have wanted and I've made mistakes, but it's not as simple as me just not playing football or picking up a wage,' Drinkwater told The Telegraph. 'Money doesn't solve anything. The pay cheque doesn't really help at all, you don't even think about money.'
Drinkwater went on loan to Villa in the second half of last season and admitted his fitness was lacking due to so much time without first team football. But his frustration turned to anger and in training, he headbutted team-mate Jota.
'I apologised straight away and I had to go home,' Drinkwater said. 'I texted him straight after to apologise and take full responsibility. I Google translated it into Spanish as well to make sure he'd understand.'
At Villa, Drinkwater's time was marred by him headbutting team-mate Jota in training
He admitted he fell out of love with football when he was sidelined at Chelsea
Earlier in the 2019-20 season, Drinkwater was on loan at Burnley but only played twice. Shortly after joining, Drinkwater was attacked in a club he visited during an international break.