CHELSEA youngster Jeremie Boga says he’s ready and waiting for his chance in the first-team.
Boga, 20, is out on loan at Spanish side Granada for the season.
The Frenchman was snapped up by Chelsea when he was just 12.
He’s highly regarded at Stamford Bridge, but is yet to make a first-team appearance.
Boga spent last term on loan in his homeland at Rennes.
And this year he’s been carted off to Spain.
The midfield maestro has played 20 times for struggling Granada.
And he says he’s now ready to fight for a first-team place a Chelsea.
“I don’t know what will happen next season,” he told The Mirror.
“But if Chelsea need me, I will be ready.”
Boga added: “It is very good for all the loan players.
“We are looked after very well and don’t feel like we are being left out.
“We still have a lot of contact with some of the coaching staff and the other loan players in a WhatsApp group, so we talk regularly.
“Probably every week we talk with someone from the club.
“They send us videos, messages about the games, asking how training is going, so that helps us a lot.
“They really look after us, especially after the games to make us aware of what we need to improve, what we could have done better.”