Chelsea manager Frank Lampard believes youngster Mason Mount will improve with time.
Mount was instrumental in a success over Wolves on the final day of the season.
It was his free kick that got the team going, while he also assisted Olivier Giroud’s goal in the 2-0 home success.
Lampard praised the 21-year-old and said he will improve next season.
“He’ll definitely get better,” Lampard told the club’s website.
“because he is so young and sometimes when a player comes in and plays in their breakthrough year and stays consistently in the team, people maybe think they are older than they are.
“He is still young and his technique today for the free-kick is a special technique.
“Only top players can strike a ball that way and his all-round game for the season has been brilliant, his work ethic and how he handles himself daily in training is brilliant, and he will get a lot better.
“He has contributed a huge amount and that is just a start for Mason at Chelsea.
“We have seen breakthrough seasons and we have seen players who were on loan in the Championship last season come in and perform, and we have seen the stories of players like Giroud and Willian and Kovacic and Jorinho, people who have really contributed during the year.
“So it is always a team effort and a collective effort of staff and players and I have to say I am proud.”