Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount is the player with the most potential at the club, according to N'Golo Kante.
Mount returned to Stamford Bridge this summer after a successful loan spell at Derby, reuniting with Frank Lampard in the process, who oversaw his rise to prominence at Pride Park before succeeding Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea's new head coach in July.
Lampard wasted no time in thrusting Mount into the senior fold, as he set about bringing through a number of the club's academy stars while the Blues served a FIFA-imposed transfer ban.
Mount has featured in all 18 of Chelsea's Premier League fixtures this season, scoring five goals, while also emerging as a regular in Gareth Southgate's England squad.
The 20-year-old played the full 90 minutes of Sunday's 2-0 win away at Tottenham, producing another eye-catching display in the middle of the park as a Willian double earned the Blues a valuable three points.
Kante has been impressed with Mount's contribution this term, and thinks the young playmaker has all the attributes to become a "very good player" as his career progresses.
“Out of all the Chelsea players, one player who has the biggest potential is Mason Mount,” Kante toldCanal Plus.
“His combination play, his shooting technique, passing technique. How he sees the game. He could become a very good player.”