The 27-year-old, who helped Ajax reached the Champions League semi-finals, made his Chelsea debut last week in the 3-3 draw with Southampton.
Ziyech is one of a number of highly-rated forwards currently at Chelsea and says he is relishing the chance to work with the likes of Werner, Havertz and Pulisic.
Werner joined Chelsea from RB Leipzig in July and scored a superb brace against Southampton, while former Bayer Leverkusen star Havertz was also on target in the entertaining draw.
USA international Pulisic joined the Blues 12 months before Werner, Havertz and Ziyech and was one of Frank Lampard’s most important players last season.
Asked where he sees himself fitting in at Chelsea alongside his fellow attacking players, Ziyech said: ‘I have two different options, maybe three, depending on what the coach thinks. For me, it doesn’t matter where I’m playing.
‘Kai [Havertz] and Timo [Werner] are two big talents and they have already proved that in the past with what they did at their previous clubs.
‘Christian [Pulisic] is also one of the biggest talents. They all have a lot of quality and Christian has been here longer than us.
‘You have seen what he is capable of doing on the pitch. He’s just a crazy winger.
Chelsea began their Champions League campaign with a 0-0 draw against Europa League champions Sevilla on Tuesday evening.
Lampard’s side return to Premier League action on Saturday with a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United, who will be buoyed by their recent victory at PSG.