Jeremie Boga isn't a name many Chelsea fans remember.
After joining the youth academy in 2009, he never made it at the club despite getting called up to the senior squad.
The French-born midfielder made just one appearance in the 2017/18 season before being loaned to Birmingham City.
Just 12 months later, he was sold to Serie A side Sassuolo for just £3.5 million.
But despite failing to make an impression at Chelsea, Boga has claimed that he was as good as first-team stars Eden Hazard, Pedro and Willian.
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The only difference, according to him, is that they were higher up in the pecking order.
"Every now and then, I wonder if I should've waited longer for my chance at Chelsea," he said, per The Sun.
"But I had to play regularly and I was behind Hazard, Pedro and Willian in the pecking order. It's not that they were better than me, but they were ahead in the hierarchy.
"No, I have no regrets. Antonio Conte didn't talk to me very much. When he gave me my debut against Burnley, all he said was. 'It's your turn'."
That's quite a big statement to make. Boga, who made just one appearance for the Blues, is comparing himself to a club legend.
Hazard played over 350 times, scored 110 goals and won six trophies, before being sold to Real Madrid for £84 million.
Boga, on the other hand, left for just £3.5 million. As good as Hazard? We're not quite believing that.
The 22-year-old also went on to explain why he struggled in England.
"I came to Chelsea at the age of 12, as their scouts spotted me in a small Marseille club. It was very tough, those first two years, going from the seaside of Marseille to the fog of London.
"The food was a serious problem too, as I went from having cereal at breakfast to a plate of eggs and bacon. It was impossible to digest."
Although Boga's time in England was unsuccessful, he is resurrecting his career in Italy. But he'll have quite a way to go before he reaches Hazard's level.News Now - Sport News