Born on 25 April 1995 in Luton, and the scorer of a fine goal in the 2012 FA Youth Cup Final having played every game en route to winning the trophy, Lewis has been with Chelsea since Under-10s.
A two-footed creative and technical midfielder, he scored once in 19 appearances for our youth team while a schoolboy in 2010/11 and the following season was the joint-top appearance maker with 22 games played. He was the regular penalty-taker, the source of four out of his five goals.
Lewis also made one start and three sub appearances for the reserves in 2011/12. Signed a professional contract in July 2012.
It's been a season to remember thus far for Baker, with a host of appearances under his belt, and Dermot Drummy handing him the Under-21 captaincy in the absence of Todd Kane.
An ever-present in both the NextGen Series and FA Youth Cup campaigns, Baker continues to chip in with vital goals from midfield, including two in our 4-3 NextGen semi-final win over Arsenal, and though we ended up losing the final to Aston Villa, on a personal note, the competition finished in a positive manner when he was named as player of the tournament.
On the international stage, having represented England at Under-17 level, Baker made his Under-19s debut earlier this year against Denmark, the first of two appearances at that level thus far.