- Fikayo Tomori has continued to justified his place in Frank Lampard's Chelsea squad
- The 21-year-old made his debut against Sheffield United and has been a regular ever since
- Tomori along with Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount and Ross Barkley earned a call up into England's squad
Fikayo Tomori has justified his faith Chelsea boss Frank Lampard had in him before he got called up into England squad.
A host of Blues youngsters were included in Gareth Southgate's team that will play in the Euro 2020 qualifier against the Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount, Ross Barkley and Tomori are the four Stamford Bridge stars in the 23-man Three Lions team.
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Tomori was Player of the Year for Derby County last season under Lampard and the young lad was impressive in pre-season which did not stop Chelsea from selling David Luiz to Arsenal.
The 21-year-old who made his debut against Sheffield United back in August has been a regular in Lampard's starting XI.
“I put trust in him early in the season – I think that was obvious with the way the pre-season went with the centre-backs,” said Lampard.
“At the moment, he has really delivered and long may that continue. I think there is a lot more to come still.
“Last year as Derby he was fantastic. But you don't know until you put players in. Against Sheffield United at home was a game where I thought he deserved his opportunity for his training.
"Those are the rules here. You have to train at a level. Then he gave me a big problem because he played so well and he has continued to do that. Yes, he is a project in a way but a nice one because everything you want him to do, he stands up and delivers.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori are not guaranteed to make their competitive debut when England takes on the Czech Republic and Bulgaria in a Euro 2020 qualifier.
England coach Gareth Southgate has disclosed that despite handing the two youngsters who are also qualified to play for Nigeria a call up, his selection ahead of both matches will be based on merit.
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