Posted on: Thu 12 Jul 2012

Gary Cahill and Josh McEachran have both been sharing their thoughts with fans via Twitter over the past couple of days.

The Chelsea pair sat down to answer a few of the thousands of questions sent in by followers on the social networking site, with McEachran first in the chair on Wednesday, and his team-mate going a day later on Thursday lunchtime.

Both enjoyed their sessions despite the glare of the Chelsea TV cameras also on them, and we learned from Cahill that he has made a full recovery from the fractured jaw that kept him out of Euro 2012.

'The jaw is OK. I've had all the wires and things out and it's all ready to go and fine,' he responded to @CarefreeTom_182, describing it as a 'nightmare experience & like being on baby food' to @JoeeLloyd.

The 26-year-old also told fans in the USA he is excited about our summer tour, and would love to play against David Beckham and Thierry Henry should they turn out for the MLS All-Stars in Philadelphia, though the city he is most looking forward to visiting is New York.

A day earlier, McEachran, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Swansea, admitted to @cfc_craig that he hadn't learned a word of Welsh in that time, but carrying the Olympic flag over the summer 'was a great experience, a once in a lifetime achievement'.

There will be more Q&A activity across our social media while the squad is in America, so be sure to follow us on Twitter to keep up with the latest news and gain access to exclusive competitions.