Mason Mount has seen his star shine under the leadership of Chelsea manager Frank Lampard and will be hoping to take his game to another level next season.
Mount spent last season on loan at Derby County in the English championship, coincidentally where Lampard was managing; so it was easy to adapt under the former Chelsea player, after developing a relationship with him in second-tier football.
Speaking in an interview about his debut with The Guardian, Mount was asked to rate his season ob a scale of one to ten and he said:
“It’s difficult. But because I have got seven goals I will give myself seven out of 10. I’m a big self-critic and I know there is room for improvement.”
“It’s gone well. I always speak to my dad before a season starts and we set goals and one of those was 10 goals.
"Dad’s very hard on me and is my biggest critic, so 10 is always going to be the target. He has said that my whole life. If you are averaging 10 goals as a midfielder you are having a good season.”