Chelsea youngster Lewis Baker has signalled his plans to force his way into Antonio Conte’s plan after his return from Holland.
The 21-year-old midfielder is currently playing on loan at Dutch side Vitesse Arnheim along with fellow Chelsea players Matt Miazga and Nathan.
Baker has started the season promisingly scoring four goals after seven games of the season. Vitesse Arnheim currently sit seventh in the Dutch Eredivisie.
Speaking to the club’s website the England U21 international has expressed his desire to play for Conte and make his way into the first team reckoning.
He said: "I want to score as many as I can, assist as many as I can. I work a lot on my finishing in training and at the moment it's paying off. It's just the start of the season but I need to keep doing my best every day and keep improving so I can get back to Chelsea, where I'd like to be."
Baker also believes his time away in Holland has helped him improve as a player given the amount of first-team experience he has received.
He added: "I have improved a lot on the tactical aspect of the game since I have come to Vitesse, It's a very good league. There's a lot of young talent out here.
"There are also a lot of players who have played out here and moved on to the Premier League. If I keep going the way I'm going that's one of my dreams I want to make come true."
Baker has also enjoyed success at international level this summer when he helped the English U21’s win the Toulon Tournament for the first time in over two decades.