Callum Hudson-Odoi wants more first team football
FOOTBALL- 6 January 2018 22:43 GMT
Chelsea and Bayern Munich transfer target has revealed that he wants first team football after giving the assists in the 2-0 FA Cup with Alvaro Morata on the end of the goals in the second half against Nottingham Forest.
Hudson-Odoi told BeIN Sports: “Hopefully, hopefully. You never know. I feel really proud to get opportunity to play and help the team get the win we deserved”.
“We played really well, our mentality was strong and we deserved the win that we got. Alvaro did really well getting the goals and we all worked hard as a team and we deserved the win.”
“If we don’t score we keep going and keep pushing until we do. I think the way we played showed the desire to keep pushing and the chances were coming,” said added
“We’ve just got to be patient sometimes.
“Hopefully today showed why we’re doing really well. I’m proud to make history but it’s not just about myself it’s about the team as well.”
Fabregas, who missed a penalty early on in the game was left in tears after playing probably his last game for Chelsea ahead of a transfer to AS Monaco, backed Hudson-Odoi to become one of the world’s top players.
“He has got everything to make it in world football,” he told the BBC.
“I’ve told him myself that I’ll be disappointed if he doesn’t make it because he’s one of these talents who you can see can be world-class.
“He’s a humble boy, he loves playing football and hopefully he can really make it very soon.”