Chelsea have used a higher percentage of international players than any other Premier League side this season.
Jose Mourinho has fielded players with national A-team caps for 98.2 per cent of Premier League minutes since the start of the season, according to research conducted by the CIES Football Observatory.
Only Kurt Zouma and Ruben Loftus-Cheek have featured in Premier League games for Chelsea this season and have also yet to play for their respective national squads.
Zouma has played 506 minutes of league football for Chelsea this season, while Loftus-Cheek has played only one minute.
Manchester City have the next highest percentage at 93.8% of minutes.
They're followed by Everton (92.3%), Liverpool (91.1%) and Manchester United (90.1%).
Opportunities for young English players at England's top clubs appear to be limited, with sides seemingly favouring established internationals.
However, the FA's recent new proposals to change the rules governing home grown players in English football could change this.
At the moment, only Burnley have fielded internationals for less than half of their Premier League minutes this season, 16.2%.
The Premier League as a whole has used a higher percentage of internationals than any of the big five European leagues of England, Germany, Italy, Spain and France.
Sides in England's top flight have fielded international players for an average of 75.8% of minutes played this season.
That's ahead of the 60.9% of minutes in the Bundesliga, 59.2% of minutes in Serie A, 42.4% in France's Ligue One and 38% in the Spanish La Liga.
AC Milan are the club to have had the highest percentage of internationals across Europe's big five leagues.
The Rossoneri have fielded internationals for 99.4% of their league game minutes so far this season.
That's followed by Chelsea (98.2%), Borussia Dortmund (98.1%), Bayern Munich (96.2%), Juventus (95.8%) and Real Madrid (95.5%).