Callum Hudson-Odoi has come back from injury with a bang.
The Chelsea youngster has made a total of two starts and two substitute appearances thus far this season but he has already managed to score one goal and provide three assists during that time.
The 18-year-old recently signed a five-year contract with the Stamford Bridge outfit, which will have been a relief for Frank Lampard and Co. Now, they can enjoy the England international’s development and will hope he can turn into a true superstar at the club.
Hudson-Odoi has been speaking to BBC Sport about his decision to stay at Stamford Bridge, and he has come out with some interesting comments.
He said: “The club have done so much for me and I’m so thankful for that. The decision that I made was a very good one for me and my family. We all thought that it was the right club to be at.
“I’ve been here all my life, so there’s no need to change yet.”
The last word of that quote has not gone down well with the south-west London outfit’s faithful. They feel disrespected by him saying “yet”, with them feeling it clearly indicates he sees himself moving on from the club in the future.
Hate the word yet… why oh why he has to use that word… even so,just keep it to yourself
— Moe Hammett (@MoeHammett) October 8, 2019
his attitude is so bad, I get dodgy feelings from him ngl, using us as a stepping stone for sure, no doubt in my mind.
— Pys (@CFCPys) October 7, 2019