Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour has vowed to fight for his Chelsea spot after recovering from a knee injury.
“I’m enjoying it. It’s a great experience and great for my development to play with these world-class players. There’s so many trophies in there and I’m learning every day,” Gilmour said while on duty with Scotland’s U21 side.
“It’s nice to get recognised for the good stuff. I’m going to keep working hard and continuing my form once I’m back from my injury.
“It’s going to be a hard team to get into but hopefully, I’ll get more game time and experience.”
GIlmour has linked up with Scotland’s U21 squad this week, adding: “It wasn’t the best timing but the recovery has been going well.
“It’s amazing to be back with the squad. I’ve been out for a long time so I can’t wait to get back and try to help the team qualify. For us, it’s been a long time since an Under-21 team has qualified but we have two games where we have a really good chance of making some history.”