Chelsea youngster Armando Broja could be in line for an increase in game-time after impressing new Chelsea boss Graham Potter.
The youngster, who was on loan at Southampton last term, was not in favor at the club under Thomas Tuchel.
However, a change in boss may bring about a change in his fortunes.
That is according to journalist Alan Nixon, who suggests that Potter will give every player a chance to impress in training.
It is believed that Broja has grabbed that opportunity at present, and is in line for chances to play when the Premier League resumes in October.
The Albania international is familiar with the high pressing style that Potter may implement, having played that way at Southampton.