"He brings something different. Although he's young and inexperienced, you see him looking, talking. 'Where's the space? Not just for me but the next guy?' I'd not be surprised if he played.
"His debut for Chelsea was against Liverpool, against Fabinho, a Champions League winner, Premier League winner and he was man of the match. He followed it up with a man-of-the-match performance against Everton.
"He has serious talent with an unbelievable temperament. If he was playing, he'd take it in his stride.
"Young players energize the players that are there. They inspire the players beside them, either to feel that kind of protection or to give you a lift and raise your game to different levels.
"[He has] no fear, no trepidation. I wouldn't be surprised if he started."
Billy Gilmour has often been overlooked, even at Chelsea, but he has the quality necessary to dominate any opposing midfield in the world on his day.