The Frenchman was left out altogether last week as the Blues suffered a 2-1 defeat at Porto in the Champions League.
Remy has managed just four starts for Chelsea this season, and only one in the Premier League, but he hopes his chance will come.
"Of course I'm upset not to be playing but at the same time I work hard in training to be ready," he is quoted as saying by the London Evening Standard.
"I try to fight to play more and for me there is no problem. I'll just stay the same and keep working. I know there are many games in the season and I'm sure I will play more. Some in my situation may be very angry and a troublemaker but I can't be selfish."
The 28-year-old is seemingly third choice in the pecking order at Stamford Bridge behind Diego Costa and Radamel Falcao, but Remy feels there is room in the squad for all three frontmen.
He added: "We are three different strikers. Diego is a really good finisher and is a bit aggressive in a good way. Falcao is technically very good and can keep the ball, I'm more of a runner.
"We have different characteristics and that's really good for the manager."