Callum Hudson-Odoi lives the dream while revealing that he grew up and wanted to imitate Drogba and Hazard
“If you play for the club you support, it is a huge feeling”: Callum Hudson-Odoi says he lives the dream of a Chelsea fan while revealing that he grew up with the likes of Didier Drogba and following Eden Hazard to strive
- Callum Hudson-Odoi joined Chelsea in 2007 and is now a first permanent team
- The young person is happy to represent the club that he grew up with support
- He hopes to follow in the footsteps of Didier Drogba and Eden Hazard
Chelsea-younger Callum Hudson-Odoi is overjoyed to play for the club he grew up in and hopes to pursue some of the club’s biggest players.
The 19-year-old has been in the club’s books since 2007 and has now found his way to the first team.
And he is determined to stay there and follow in the footsteps of some legendary Blues.
Callum Hudson-Doi is pleased to represent the club he grew up with
“I’ve been a Chelsea fan since I joined and, believe me, if you play for the club you support, it’s a huge feeling,” he told the club official competition day program for Monday’s collision with Manchester United.
“You just can’t believe it. All those years I was sitting in the stands watching players like Didier Drogba, Eden Hazard and Willian, because they are in the positions I play and I wanted to try and pursue them.
“So when I got my chance and stood on the field with Hazard for the first time, it was such a great feeling.”
Hudson-Odoi has made 25 games so far in all games so far, with three goals and six assists.
Chelsea is currently fourth in the Premier League, one point ahead of Tottenham.
The teenage wing that wants to ’emulate’ the performances of Didier Drogba and Eden Hazard