Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi has set himself a set of goals for the end of the season for England and Chelsea.
He sees himself with Gareth Southgate’s Euro 2020 England’s team and winning a title with Chelsea. He made the decision to stay on with the Blues back in September itself. That way, he has been given more game time under Chelsea Boss Frank Lampard.
“As I say to myself, I have got to be positive and confident in every situation,” Hudson-Odoi told Chelsea TV, via the Evening Standard. “I think the season has gone how it has and I just want to be confident for how it is from now onwards until the end of the season.
“For myself really, I am confident, I am being myself, I am really happy. Obviously I want to be picked for the Euros, but that doesn’t just come by being picked. You have to work hard to get picked.
“As I say I just want to keep going, keep pushing myself, hopefully get involved in the squad, hopefully go far and try and win a trophy with the team as well.”
Youngster Hudson-Odoi has played thrice for the senior team for England already.