Billy Gilmour is back in the mix after a nightmare injury.
The young teenager broke into the first team under Frank Lampard last season. He impressed really well with many stars lauding the youngster.
Gilmour was given the man of the match award when Chelsea beat Liverpool 2-0 in the FA Cup with the youngster calling the shots in midfield and then running circles around Fabinho.
However, he was injured shortly after and is now angling to make a comeback after a long time. Such an injury at a young age has given him time to reflect and grow stronger mentally.
“It wasn’t the best timing,” said Gilmour on his knee injury while on international duty with Scotland.
“I’ve been out for four months with my meniscus, my right knee. The recovery has been going well and i’ve been back training with the team, and I’ve come here [to Scotland’s U21’s] to get some minutes hopefully.”
“I’m enjoying it, it’s great experience and it’s great for my development to go and play with these world class players,” added Gilmour.
“There’s so many trophies in there and I’m learning everyday.”