Callum Hudson-Odoi speaks on January return
Chelsea attacker Callum Hudson-Odoi has said that he has no control over his future when the transfer window reopens.
The Blues graduate was out-of-favour under former boss Thomas Tuchel and he was loaned out to Bayer Leverkusen for the campaign.
However, the club have the option to recall him in January, and there are suggestions that the clause could be triggered by them.
Amidst this, Hudson-Odoi has said that he has no control over his situation, and can only focus on his own development in Germany.
He said: "It's not up to me, I don't know... I can only do what I can do now, give everything that I can. We don't know what'll happen between January, or from now until the end of the season, so we just wait and see."
Hudson-Odoi has made little impact for Leverkusen. He has registered just one assist from six appearances across all competitions.
Despite this, it has been claimed that new Blues boss Graham Potter is a huge admirer of him, and wants him back in the squad.