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Youngster claims it's always been his dream to play at Stamford Bridge

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Chelsea forward Izzy Brown believes he will improve faster if he stays at Stamford Bridge next season rather than becoming part of the west London club's loan brigade. The 18-year-old academy starlet made his Premier League debut during the Blues 3-0 defeat against former club West Brom on Monday night, and now that he's had a taste of playing for Jose Mourinho's side he's hoping there'll be more opportunities to come. Brown received a hostile reception on his return to The Hawthorns as Baggies fans still haven't forgiven him for leaving in 2013. However, the England U19 international explained it's always been a dream to play for Chelsea - the club he supported as a young boy. He denied his transfer was motivated by financial reasons and said that the opportunity to train alongside some of the world's best players and learn from the best manager in the world gives him the best possible chance of forging a successful career in the professional game.

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