The Spain worldwide continued to trouble the PAOK defence, running on to the end of an Antonio Rudiger through ball, with his shot inches away from finding the net.
"As it is now, I'm not really enjoying things".
'Whatever my future holds, in terms of the club, and the relationship I have with the club and the fans, it will have been a huge part of my footballing life.
The club also faces European away trips to Belarus and Hungary to play BATE Borisov and MOL Vidi respectively in the coming weeks and months.
"You have got to manage your team I do understand that". But sometimes you have to make tough decisions to keep your career going forward. I have spoken with the doctor, but only for a few seconds.
"I think we were in control of the match for 90 minutes", he said.
'I came back a week before the season started against three defenders who'd been back plenty of time before me. It was the latest I've ever been back. I hope we were so good and it's not PAOK's fault. "But now, when I see him playing with us every day, every week, he is just incredible".
Sinclair, who was a central figure at Stamford Bridge during the 1990s, went on to claim that he saw a massive difference in Barkley and that it surely helped him affect the game much better.
"I am enjoying with him, with other players, because the team is really incredible, talented, and I think we can do great things this season". "Everything gradually comes to an end or there's a new challenge around the corner". I've been here for six years and won six titles.