Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Mason Mount Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
The Champions League is on another level. The games feel different.
For someone to say your son has a life-threatening illness only on the phone is hard to believe.
I think there is pressure on every game, we are England and are always looking to win every game and the performances we look to put in have to be top quality.
Frank was an example throughout my career at Chelsea, and throughout my career as a midfielder. When it comes to scoring goals as a midfielder, you look at Frank Lampard as a role model.
Christmas means a lot to me as me and my family have always been together celebrating, it is a big thing for my family.
My development at every age group was good. If I was playing in one age group, I always wanted to play the year above.
The focus is trying to get the three points every game.
I am a winner so I don’t like watching other people win, especially other teams.
I’ll keep getting better and better.
It’s such an honour to represent your country. It’s the pinnacle of the game so when you come to a major tournament, it’s always playing on your mind about what the opportunity can be and what you can achieve.
I want more trophies – I want them all.
I was 18 and moved to a different country on my own. It was a tough decision but, looking back on it now, it was the best decision. I learned so much from being out there.
Once you get that feeling of winning something and performing at the highest level, you gain that extra confidence to help you set new targets. That is something I have always done, mentally-wise.
As a midfielder, you are always going to have that pressure in there to move the ball quickly.
I always want to play every game.
In the modern game, you have to be ready to change if the other team are tactically different to what you have prepared for.
To see my name alongside the names I’ve looked up to all my life is crazy, Messi in particular. When I was younger I was a ball boy during a Barcelona and Chelsea match at Stamford Bridge and seeing him up close was amazing.
I thank my family for everything.
We want to win trophies and we want to be top of the league.
We can never be content with being top of the group in the Champions League and going to the top of the league and being around it; we can never be content with that. We know what we can do and our goal is always to be No 1 and push for titles.
You come into a team and there are players from all different countries so you have to work to show how good you are.
Every day we need to get better, on the training ground and when we play. It takes time.
There are so many people who have helped me along my journey, too many to name really, but most important were my family.
It is such a special thing. As a kid growing up, you look at the Ballon d’Or and how it is the top of the top from a personal point of view.
That was always something I remember, playing in loads of different positions when I was younger, and learning about what it takes to play a right-wing role, or holding midfield, or as a striker. I had a lot of experiences in those different formations and positions.
I’m versatile and I can change positions. That’s what the modern game is about.
I am always trying to improve.
When you are putting on that England shirt there is pressure to perform, but if you have been around it from a younger age I think you become ready for it.
I’ve varied between playing a bit more forward in a No 10 position but I always kind of see myself as a No 8.
Being a Portsmouth fan, I was able to go to the final in 2008, when they beat Cardiff. I went to the semi-final that year as well, so that year I got to go to Wembley twice. Those are brilliant memories, as a Portsmouth fan, going there to watch them win.
When you reach the senior game, you can still be someone that leads by example but you can’t just be that.
I have evolved my game to be quick, to know what to do when the ball comes to me.
You have to create your own atmosphere.
Fans don’t forget anything do they?
I learned so much and my mentality got so much stronger living away from my family.
It’s a big moment for me personally to score three at home at Stamford Bridge, it’s very special.
You don’t want to be the boy leaving Chelsea, you want to train like every session is your last session because you know you always have to prove something to people.
It is about getting into the box more, being more clinical, the final pass. It is about really putting that pressure on myself to be someone who creates.
We just try to focus on ourselves and how we can improve, what areas of our game we can do better in.
Growing up I was always small. I think growing up through the academy and being the small one, you get that technical side of the game and you are learning from bigger players.
I know how much the FA Cup means, especially to everyone in England. It’s such a big competition.
I never saw myself as a prospect, it was always about playing as much football as I can.
I don’t really get the opportunity to wear many suits.
I don’t really look too much into the social media side. With the fans not at the stadiums, a lot of people have got a lot to say on social media. I try to stay off it even if we’ve won the game or lost the game, it doesn’t really matter to me.