Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is of the opinion that he is helping the West London outfit and youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi as he wants the best for the future.
The Italian manager has been accused severally of being too rigid in his approach, especially in his decision making but he is yet to consent to that as he is adamant with the conviction that he is doing all he knows is best for the club.
When reacting on criticisms that he does not feature Callum Hudson-Odoi in his team on a regular basis, Maurizio Sarri claims the 18-year-old is still not good enough and will require more hard work to be able to play fully in his team.
He noted that the star player must work on his left foot, his movement and his defensive play as that will guarantee him a place ahead of other wingers at the club.
However, Callum Hudson-Odoi was handed his debut with the England national team during the last international break and that has got everyone talking, but Sarri is of the opinion that the game is not as difficult as the Premier League.
According to the former Napoli boss, the performances of the star player at the national team will not guarantee him a place in his team.