"For me it was about coming on and making an impact," said Chalobah, who came on with the Clarets 2-0 down, to the Lancashire Evening Telegraph. "Coming on as a sub, you've got to get to grips with the pace of the game.
"It was very hard coming on and trying to do that. I tried to do my best by getting on the ball and trying to get to grips with it as much as I could.
"It was the best feeling ever stepping on the pitch. Just looking around the stadium, it was packed, I was lost for words a bit, but I tried to get my head right and settle into the game as quickly as I could.
"I had a phone call from Steve Holland before the game wishing me good luck and that's always good.
"The club (Chelsea) are always keeping tabs and it's always good for me to come out and get experience. I'm trying to learn as much as I can.
"I'm learning every day and I'm open to playing wherever, but central midfield is a position that I really enjoy. I just want to learn as much as I can from people - off the lads in training, off the manager - and just keep improving as a player.
"You never know where you might end up."
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