Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi is reportedly unhappy with the amount of game time he has had under Frank Lampard.
The England international has played less than an hour since Chelsea’s return to action following the coronavirus pandemic.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has responded to Hudson-Odoi’s frustration at the amount of game time he has received.
Lampard said: “He needs to keep training at the highest level. It’s what he’s been doing, particularly in the last week to 10 days. He’s had a good impact in his last two performances. He’s got great talent and great potential.”
Asked if he sensed frustration about a lack of game time, Lampard replied: “No. I’d expect my players to want to play as much as they can. I pick players on how they train daily and what they can give us. It’s the same as every other player.”