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"I'm really proud and happy," Ampadu
told Chelsea's official website.
"I'm looking forward to the next five
years and all I have got to do now is
continue to work hard, and hopefully
good things will happen."
Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia
added: "Ethan has shown great potential
and unbelievable maturity since arriving
at Chelsea a year ago.
"In this short time he convinced a lot of
people with his exceptional quality and
mentality and we look forward to
watching him develop into a key player
for the club over the coming years."
The teenager's recent rise saw him
attract interest from another Premier
League side before the transfer window
closed, with Cardiff manager Neil
Warnock singing his praises.
"I think they should loan us him," he said
last week.
"He plays the game simple. He will have
to quicken up a little bit, when he gets
higher up but that’s the whole object of
playing games. When you play with the
type of players he plays with, it does help
his education."
However, he opted to stay and fight for a
chance in Maurizio Sarri's team instead,
having been given his first taste of
Premier League action last December.
"You could say there's been frustration
on one hand, but at the same time I'm
getting experience training with the
players,” he said.
“I'm just trying to improve to get into
the team. This season's plans are this
season's plans and at the moment I've
just to keep improving to try and get in
the team. I want to show the manager
what I can do.”

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