He was then launched to the group at half-time and watched Chelsea beat Palace to ease a number of the strain on Graham Potter.
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa hopes Mudryk can breathe new life into their season.
Kepa stated: “We saw him arrive during half time because we were in the changing room. We are happy to have him. He is a big player who comes here to help and all the best to him. We hope they can all help our season everyone wants that.
“We hope the new players keep making solid debuts like Joao [Felix] and Benoit [Badiashile]. Now Mudryk has come in. They are coming to help, strengthen the team and help us win every game.
“We have the Champions League coming in February. It is in our head that we are not in the cups so it is about Premier League and Champions League. We have to go step-by-step, improve and make our team stronger to fight for everything.”
Kepa hopes Chelsea can draw a line beneath their latest unhealthy run and begin afresh after their victory over Palace. The Blues received simply their second match in 10 video games, remaining in tenth place and 10 factors off fourth-placed Manchester United who’ve a recreation in hand.
The win provides some respiration house after three straight defeats. Nonetheless, it provides solely short-term respite to under-fire gamers and the more and more criticised supervisor Potter.
Kai Havertz put Chelsea forward within the second half however the Blues needed to dig in as Palace threatened an equaliser and it took some nice saves from Kepa to disclaim the Eagles a degree. Chelsea are actually stage on factors with ninth-placed Liverpool and face a visit to Anfield within the lunchtime kick-off on Saturday.
Kepa insists the gamers are behind the supervisor and are receptive to his concepts.
“I think we are all on the same page,” he stated. “Everyone is trying their best but sometimes things like the small details make things go in the other direction.
“At the moment, what we have to do is work, stay together in the same direction and improve. We have a lot of injuries so we are always adjusting in every game. We need to try to push.”