The pair of 20-year-olds have been given a number of opportunities under the Dutchman and have thoroughly impressed, particularly Traore who has scored 4 goals in eight appearances since Hiddink took over.
With eight games left of the season and nothing to play for Hiddink may take the opportunity to give the youngsters in his squad some extra playing time and gain invaluable experience.
He said: “Yes, as we have done already with Kenedy, who was unfortunate to get hit in the last game because these are very good experiences for young players.
“You can see that he has the potential to grow very fast the same with Traore, we did some extra work with him and tried to focus him on what to do and what not to do and he responded so he got his chances.
“Loftus-Cheek had some chances and he will get some more, without any guarantee, I can't give any guarantees but they will be options.”
Although, Hiddink warned not to expect too much too soon from the Chelsea youth prospects.
The experienced manager highlighted the step up in quality from the top academies to the Premier League and that players must be prepared to constantly learn and improve if they want a smooth transition to the first-team.
Hiddink is a huge advocate for youth development but defended managers who are weary of giving inexperienced players an opportunity stating the risk involved.
He said: “If you have your academies like most English clubs do, as a consequence you should give them the chances.
“On the other hand there is a big demand, and there is a gap there is always a gap from the top of the academies and the demand from the Premier League so sometimes we should be more flexible and sometimes I notice it is well received when clubs bring in young players but you also have to take in the management into consideration.
“By doing those experiments you add a little more risk that you lose points but it is good to have the development of young players.”
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