The 20-year-old is currently out on loan at high-flying Championship outfit Huddersfield.
And his immediate focus is on today’s FA Cup fifth round tie against Manchester City at the John Smith’s Stadium (3pm).
Huddersfield are the third club Brown has joined on loan since signing for boyhood club Chelsea from West Brom in 2013.
Izzy Brown joined Huddersfield in early January on loan from Chelsea until the end of the season
Having had spells in Holland at Vitesse and Huddersfield’s Championships rivals Rotherham, the versatile forward is hoping to show Antonio Conte he has the potential long-term for Chelsea.
Brown has just one Premier League appearance to date for the Blues, but he believes he made the right choice in quitting West Brom.
The opportunity to play for Chelsea was simply too good for him to ignore.
Izzy Brown has already impressed at Huddersfield under boss David Wagner
People say leaving West Brom was all down to my family but it was all down to me
“I don’t regret the decision to leave,” Brown told The Telegraph.
“Maybe I would have had more Premier League games but everyone has a different pathway.
“The manager at the time [Steve Clarke] was sacked early the following season and I could easily have been bombed back into the Under-18s.
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“People say leaving West Brom was all down to my family but it was all down to me.
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Izzy Brown is yet to get a real opportunity in the first team at Chelsea
“Being 16 and supporting Chelsea as a kid, when a team like that tells you they want you it’s hard for any teenager to say no.
“It’s all about timing, I’m still 20 and not too worried.”
Brown is contracted to Huddersfield until the end of the season and is hoping to help to gain them promotion to the top flight.
But should he return to the Chelsea first-team next term, he will have the likes of Pedro, Willian and Eden Hazard as competition for a place, as well as possible summer additions too.