"It's so competitive there now that if you find yourself out of the team it could be hard to get back in.
"Havertz has missed a few games because he tested positive for coronavirus, and Chelsea have won them all.
"Havertz wasn't pulling up any trees before he missed those games. He's a young lad who needs time to settle.
"I wouldn't throw him back in against Tottenham because they look better without him right now.
"City were trying to score the perfect goal. Chelsea will be more direct and have more pace. I don't think Spurs can have 35 per cent possession against them and win."