Chelsea defender Baba Rahman has admitted his frustration at his current status at the club. The 21-year old left-back arrived with a pedigree for an initial £14 million, rising to a potential fee of almost £22 million, from Bundesliga club Augsburg in the summer.
However, he has found it hard to get playing opportunities and has made only four league appearances for the Blues.
Manager Guus Hiddink has already ruled out a January loan move for the Ghanaian footballer, and Rahman is hoping that Hiddink will give him a chance to prove himself in the second half of the season.
“Of course, it’s frustrating for any footballer to sit in the stands and I don’t want to experience that too much more,” he told German publication Bild.
“As a young player, of course, you have to get used to such a big club and a world-class league. For me the first half of the season was pretty OK but in the second half I really want to play more. Chelsea are one of the best clubs in the world.”