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CHELSEA midfielder Jody Morris's future at the club has again been cast into doubt, after the player announced that he may have to look elsewhere for regular first team football.

Morris sought talks with Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri earlier this month, after slipping down the pecking order at the Stamford Bridge outfit, and the 21-year-old now seems resigned to leaving the Premiership club.

"I don't know what I've done wrong but the manager just doesn't seem to rate me," said the England Under 21 international. "I'd love to stay, but I have to be playing football.

"If I can't be playing regularly here, then I guess I'll have to look elsewhere.

"People think that I wouldn't want to move away from London, but as long as I'm playing, I don't care where I am."

Leicester City have, in the past, been linked with a move for the young talent and the player's agent Jonathan Barnett has said that his client would relish a move to Peter Taylor's side.