The 23-year-old believes Chelsea will overtime be in awesome forms after seeing them crumble in their last 7 fixtures leaving them with only one win
It’s been quite a frustrating period for Blues who had gone through September to December on an unbeaten streak, which left the side at par points with league leaders then.
Following slips that had them crash to the 8th place, questions have been jabbed at the team’s performances and if there could be any chance of recovery soon, and why they are struggling after the heavy spending.
Speaking to the Chelsea website, Tammy Abraham revealed his team hardly get the time to learn about each another very well due to their tight fixtures lately.
‘We have hardly had any time to train together and to work out how each other play so we’re just taking every day as it comes at the moment,’ claimed the English man.
‘Every game we play, we’re learning new things about each other. I’m starting to understand them more and they’re starting to understand me more so hopefully we drive each other and be the best we can be.’
With 21 appearances made for Chelsea this season, Abraham threw lights at how loans to Bristol City, Swansea and Aston Villa helped shaped him into becoming a better striker who can now compete among men.
‘I dreamt about it as a little boy and I still feel like I’m dreaming today,’ he said. ‘I’ve been at the club since the age of seven so you can imagine how much I’ve always wanted to make it to the top level. I still have to pinch myself now and then when I realise where I am today.
‘I think you need the experience of going out on loan as a young kid, playing men’s football at the top level. I was getting kicked and scratched in games and you have to learn that ugly side of football as well. It really prepared me to know what I had to come back and do.
‘I had to learn to use my body more because you don’t need it as much as a kid growing up. I learnt about being in the right positions, had to work on my finishing of course, and just try to understand my team-mates more. That’s the main thing I’ve learnt over the years.’
The striker went on to add that talent wasn’t the only thing that brought him to limelight at Chelsea after being at the club for many years and seeing many talents leave.
‘You have to be hungry and work hard because you see a lot of talent at the younger ages when you’re growing up at Chelsea but we know that talent alone is never enough,’ added Abraham.
‘You have to put in that extra work and work even harder. For me right now, it’s still all about working as hard as I can and trying to be the best I can be.’
Chelsea prepare to battle Morecambe in their next fixture and there are likelihoods Abraham will lead the strike after being an unused sub in their last two games.
A win against the side will help bolster the team ahead of their EPL clash against Fulham on 15th.
With just 7 points behind the top place, Chelsea are still hoping for a super come back that could eventually land them at the top of the top before the season runs out.
The side are also getting set for their Uefa Champions League action next month after being matched with Spanish League’s Atletico Madrid.
It’s unlikely Frank Lampard will remain in charge of the club if things don’t take a turn around soon after sources reveal Roman Abramovic isn’t happy with the happenings at the club.
Thomas Tuchel is linked as a possible replacement and have had talks with the clubs director but the club is yet to pull the trigger as they are still hoping Frankie can turn things around.