Hutchinson will hope to get another chance to make his mark on the senior team.
Chelsea youngster Omari Hutchinson has promised to repay Graham Potter’s belief in him after seeing the pitch for the senior team in a friendly against Aston Villa on Sunday.
The 19-year-old got his first taste of senior action at the weekend, Hutchinson has pledged to live up to the manager’s expectations.
“It’s been a great experience,” Hutchinson said.
“Getting used to the boys, their culture, and how they are in the building is very good for me and it’s going to benefit me in the long run.”
“Every day I come into Chelsea I just want to work hard, whether that’s with the 21s or the first team. I just want to benefit myself and just always working.”
With Armando Broja picking up an ACL injury against Unai Emery’s side on Sunday, and a host of Chelsea players slowly returning from World Cup action, Potter could need to dig deep into the squad for forward depth.
If so, Hutchinson will hope to get another chance to make his mark on the senior team when domestic football returns at the end of the month.
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