Tammy Abraham is definitely willing to do whatever it hard work requires for him to be Chelsea main striker as he’s reportedly staying back after training, to work more on his skills.
Tammy Abraham has really been favoured by Frank Lampard and also Chelsea’s transfer ban as the English striker looks to prove his worth at Stamford Bridge.
The 21-year-old striker hasn’t failed to plan for his future as he has already discovered that only hard work can put him through in the Premier League.
Abraham is working hard behind the team to stay in the race not just for Premier League but also to beat the internal competition he faces from both Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi.
According to the Sun, Tammy Abraham was spotted training alongside Mason Mount while every other teammate has left the training ground.
The duo was left behind with Frank Lampard who is reportedly helping the players get along quickly, considering the pressure they are bound to face in playing for such a club as Chelsea.
Abraham has 4 goals to his name already in his last 2 games for the Blues, ever since coming off the bench to make his debut against Leicester, after his penalty miss against Super Cup opponents, Liverpool.
Frank Lampard has long grown faith in Tammy Abraham considering seeing the 21-year-old netting several numbers of goals for Aston Villa while he[Lampard] was still with Derby County.
Mason Mount is working on his long-range shot ability, likewise Abraham despite he has been good in his shootings, scoring 25 goals for Aston Villa which all were taken inside the 18-yard box.
It’s no news that Abraham was blasted heavily by Chelsea supporters after he missed to net the decisive penalty against Liverpool in their Super Cup final, but the striker still appreciates the support he gets from the fans.
“I just looked around the stadium and said ‘wow’. I couldn’t believe it,” Abraham told reporters after Saturday fine strikes.
“Chelsea fans are amazing. They have always supported me. From a young kid growing up they have always pushed me to get into the first team, and now I am here they have backed me ever since.
“Hopefully now we can start getting some wins for them.”
Frank Lampard at the other end is so delighted with Abraham and also the attitude the young striker has put out since returning from loan.
“I’m delighted with Tammy. He has a really great attitude in training, a desire to score goals and his all-round game were really good as well.
“I and the staff are working closely with him on little bits of his game where I think he can be even better and he’s been very receptive to that.”
Anderlecht from their end is firing up offers to see they materialise their dream-deal of having Michy Batshuayi before the transfer window shuts today.
Meanwhile, Frank Lampard has the Belgian in his map and does not plan to let go of him anytime soon.
Several reporters have also disclosed that Michy is staying back at Stamford Bridge.
Only Kenedy, Rahman and Piazon would leave the club today to Getafe, Mallorca and Rio Ave respectively.