Callum Hudson-Odoi has vowed to fight to for his place at Chelsea.
The 20-year old forward made only two Premier League starts this campaign.
He came on as a substitute on six occasions and scored two goals and one assist.
Hudson-Odoi has fallen down the pecking order after the arrival of German duo Timo Werner and Kai Havertz in the summer window.
He has been one of the main players in the squad to suffer after the number of signings the Blues made in the summer.
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”No – I’m trying hard in training every day, I’m giving 110 per cent in training and in games,” Hudson-Odoi told Sky Sports when asked if he knew the reason for his lack of game time.
“No matter when the opportunity comes, I’m going to try and continue to do my best and contribute to the team – scoring and assisting. Hopefully more opportunities will come.
“When I’m on the ball, I like to create as much as possible. I like to look up early, see the open play and try to switch the ball quickly. [I like to] drive at the defence, and create opportunities for myself too.
“I like to open up the game as much as possible, it’s part of my game, and hopefully I can create more goals for the team.
“I’m always smiling – that’s the main thing. I like to smile, be positive no matter the situation.
“I’m just happy to keep trying my best, get the opportunities to play and improve every game. I’m really happy with that.”