Hudson-Odoi, 18, has won his 1st two England caps at the past week, but never started a Premier League game.
“It might be that he lifts the team at a different manner and gives them a different measurement,” explained Hasselbaink.
“Chelsea should attract more youngsters through. I would say Hudson-Odoi deserves a opportunity.”
Hudson-Odoi, that came through the youth ranks at Stamford Bridge, forced his firstteam introduction as being a 17-year-old at January 2018, certainly one of four looks as a replacement last year.
He has played 19 matches in all competitions this term, all of which are off the bench.
Hasselbaink said:”Even if we really are the main, most of us need some times to believe that there is just another player or a younger player who may carry our spot.
“You’ve got to say yes, he should get a chance, as others in his posture aren’t playing well at the moment.
“The only 1 who is producing his best – a seven or eight or some times a nine – is (Eden) Hazard.”
Hudson-Odoi, that came close to linking Bayern Munich in January, became the youngest player to play with a competitive game for England if he left his debut as a substitute at the 5-0 Euro 2020 qualifying win on the Czech Republic on Friday.
He played the whole 90 minutes of this 5-1 victory over Montenegro on Monday.
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Chelsea are sixth in the Premier League at Maurizio Sarri’s first season as director.
“It’s easy to say things and criticise, however let us forget what he’s inherited and how a team was playing until he got there,” said former Netherlands international Hasselbaink.
“He changed the fashion entirely and that’s definitely going to take time.
“Consistency-wise, he will be a tiny bit disappointed. They ought to function improved.
“But it’s his first season in England and now he is learning. He has attracted a great deal of positive points about Chelsea. Let us not forget about that”