There has been much debate about what is the playmaker’s best position, as he has the ability to play anywhere in the attack.
But Wright believes he needs to be given more of the ball and play through the middle in order to play his best football.
He continued: “I want him to put more emphasis on Havertz and give him more of the ball.
“I saw him do one lay-off for the goal for Hudson-Odoi where you think to yourself – that guy has got to be in the middle and the meat of the game because he’s going to make things happen because he’s so talented.
“When you look at Chelsea and what they’ve got especially going forward, I think Kai Havertz is going to be somebody that we’re going to be raving about as soon as he finds his feet. Same with [Timo] Werner with how sharp he is.”
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