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“Nobody is a perfect player” – Hudson-Odoi aware of his flaws

Mon 11 January 2021 | 20:30

The England international admits that he is pushing for improvement with the help of Chelsea manager Frank Lampard.

Callum Hudson-Odoi

acknowledges his “flaws” at


, but given the transfer speculations raised in 2020-21, is insistent on fixing his mistakes and playing a crucial role for Frank Lampard’s side.

The Chelsea winger has always been praised by those in west London as his career took off at an early age, carrying a lot of expectations on his shoulders.

Sustaining injuries and racing for places have sometimes stopped his progress but Bayern Munich have always eyed the 20-year-old, who is keen on working his way up to his full potential.

Hudson-Odoi featured in 16 games for his side this season.

Nobody is a perfect player. There are always flaws and you want to keep improving every day,

” said Hudson-Odoi.

I want to keep working hard and learning every day. I want to keep educating myself whether it’s at home watching clips or just learning under the manager.

“He knows what to do and he knows what is right for me and how to play so I want to keep learning under him and working hard.

“Every time I get on the pitch or in training, I want to give my best every time. I want to give 110 per cent in the match.

“I want to always make sure that I’m ready. The best way you train is the best way you play in a game.”

Chelsea have not got off on the right foot this season as they have gained only four points from their previous six

Premier League

clashes, but they are pushing for silverware. The Blues vanquished


in the FA Cup with a thumping 4-0 result thanks to Hudson-Odoi, Timo Werner, and Kai Havertz’s goals.

We keep improving and keep working hard,”

added Hudson-Odoi.

This game was a good step for us, we want to go back into the right way of winning games, so hopefully this is a start of good things and we keep going and keep pushing.

“We want to keep pushing on from this game and hopefully keep winning games and get a good run. As I said, this game was a good step. I feel like we needed this game to show the right mentality and attitude to get the job done.

“We kept a clean sheet and scored four goals which is a good thing for us. We want to keep improving at both ends of the pitch. We are all going into the next game against Fulham full of confidence trying to win that game as well.”

Chelsea will lock horns with


on Saturday.

source: SportMob