Chelsea youngster Izzy Brown has scored 4 goals in just 7 appearances for Huddersfield since joining in January but the 20-year-old struggled while on loan at Vitesse Arnhem, scoring just a single goal in 22 appearances.
Brown admits he struggled while on loan at Vitesse Arnhem because he was guilty of complacency during his time with the Dutch club.
“Playing at Arnhem was my most difficult season,” Brown told The Times.
“I went there with the wrong mindset and it affected me on the pitch. I wasn’t working hard enough.
“I thought that because I was at Chelsea it would be easy, that I’d play regardless, and that wasn’t the case.
“For the first time in my career I was out of the team and it was difficult. I wanted to go back to London but I realised it wouldn’t benefit me in the long run, that I needed to get through difficult times.”
Brown also reveals he hopes to become a regular at Chelsea in future.
“My dream is to be a regular at Chelsea but everybody knows how difficult it is,” Brown added.
“I know it’s going to be a fight but I have to keep working and take my chance when it comes.
“I’m surprised at how well it’s gone at Huddersfield to be honest and would definitely consider coming back.”