Chelsea and England midfielder Mason Mount believes the Champions League reigning champions still has a lot to offer in the domestic league and in the Champions League this season.

The 22-year-old attacking midfielder returned to action against Malmo in the week three Champions League game, having missed out on the trip to Turin three weeks ago due to a ‘minor knock’ he sustained in Chelsea’s Carabao Cup match against Aston Villa.

Thomas Tuchel’s men cruised to a 4-0 victory over visiting Malmo in Champions League Group H on Wednesday despite losing Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner to injuries.

Romelu Lukaku was replaced in the 23rd minute by Kai Havertz due to a dangerous tackle by Malmö’s Lasse Nielsen that left him limping.

Timo Werner also pulled a hamstring and was replaced by Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Chelsea now sit second of their Group with six points from three games. Juventus top the group with nine points.

Reacting to Chelsea’s coming fixtures in the Premier League, Mount hopes the strikers will be fit and ready.

“I haven’t seen the result yet. I don’t know too much about what they’ve done both of them, hopefully they’ll be ready for the next game.”

Chelsea play Norwich in London on Saturday and then travel Newcastle next in the league. Mount believes every game is going to be tough with or without the strikers.

“If you look at the games that are coming up they’re going to be just as tough as what we’ve had already this season.”

“They (Norwich and Newcastle) are teams that fight and give everything and it’s going to be tough games.”

“Every game is a tough game so I think if you look at how we’ve played and where we are in the league at the moment, it’s a massive positive.”

“I don’t think we’ve hit the heights of where we could be so we’ve still got another gears to go, and we’re always working hard on that and hopefully over the next couple games we can get the three points and stay high up in the league.”

Mason Mount is one of 30 players up for the Ballon d’Or award, the winner of which will be announced in late November.