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Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has been in good form of late and is rediscovering his best form for the club.
The 20-year-old has scored five goals in as many games this season, and is looking like his best self before his cruciate ligament injury.
Speaking about his recent game, Hudson-Odoi said: “I think to myself, if the game is congested in one area, I want to get it out of that area as quickly as possible because that opens the team up.
“I try to do that as much as possible and use my range of passing to do that.
“Every time, before I receive the ball, I always look over my shoulder and look around, just to see where the space is, whether it’s so I can get the ball and take on my defender, create something myself, or so I can see somebody that’s free and get the ball to them as quickly as possible.
“Scanning the play before you receive the ball is the main thing to help you switch sides quickly, and hopefully it helps you create a chance as well.”