Sarri: Higuain will succeed

Gonzalo Higuain

Gonzalo Higuain

Maurizio Sarri says he is not anxious about Chelsea's looming transfer embargo, insisting he has confidence in his squad as he targets a top-four finish in the Premier League.

West London outfit Chelsea talented star Callum Hudson-Odoi has revealed that he has now found his idol after seeing his team secure all three points against West Ham United in the London derby.

Manuel Pellegrini's side have lost five of their last six on their travels and haven't won away from home in the league since a 2-1 victory over Southampton in December.

"You do always feel that with Hudson-Odoi on the pitch, Chelsea look like a better team". Ruben Loftus-Cheek faced injury fears after the game against Brighton, and it is possible that Maurizio Sarri could leave the player on the bench.

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Pressed specifically on whether Hudson-Odoi will keep his place, Sarri said: "I don't know". The Chelsea ace may also may worth backing to find his way into the referee's book having done so on no fewer than seven occasions this season.

"We are lucky because we have Giroud and he is in a very good mental and physical condition", he added. "In this moment of the season, they are fresh".

However, Sarri again acknowledged that Higuain "needs to improve" and is not finding the transition to English football easy.

Sarri said: "Yes of course".

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That being said, the Blues have played an extra game so they must keep winning if they wish to maintain a fight for the Champions League. "But now they are fresh; they are ready".

Chelsea boss Sarri wants to keep the on-loan Juventus forward at Stamford Bridge next term, despite the Blues remaining subject to a Federation Internationale de Football Association two- window transfer ban.

'We have played 51 matches, and in the last part of the season I want 20 players completely involved in our targets. "I am confident in my players", he said.

And ex-Chelse and Barcelona striker Gudjohnsen is the latest to join in, saying Hudson-Odoi's impact on the team shows he is ready to become a first-team regular.

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