Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta says his party should make good use of his friendliness with the New England Revolution.
The Blues will include the MLS outfit in Boston on Wednesday night in a friendly campaign for the & # 39; Say No To Antisemitism & # 39; campaign of the club.
A strong team, including Eden Hazard, has traveled to America to play in their final game for the Europa League final on May 29.
Azpilicueta said at a press conference: "It has been a busy couple of weeks to get to the Europa League final and the final Premier League matches to qualify for the Champions League.
"We are delighted to be in America, the first time in Boston and a competition we are all looking forward to, because it is a major event to fight against anti-Semitism and all forms of discrimination.
"We are approaching our most important race of the season in Baku, but we are focused on keeping the good feelings in the team and on staying fit, since it takes nearly two weeks for the final to take place in the right way must use. "
A number of younger players have also traveled, including Reece James and Trevor Chalobah who have spent the season on loan.
The Spaniard is looking forward to seeing some of them in close action.
"We are delighted to see Reece and Trevor again from their loan spells and Connor (Gallagher) who received the title of player of the year in the academy, Marc (Guehi) was on the bench in the last Premier League match.
"It is important that they gain experience with traveling and even play in a game."