Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham, now at Swansea, is happy after his second cap with England major team against Germany last night.
Speaking after the clash he claimed he’s sure his future will be at Stamford Bridge:
“Yes, it’s been amazing, obviously to make two senior caps is a big achievement for me,” the current Swans striker said after the Wembley game.
“It proves that I am doing the right things. I just have to keep focused and working as hard as I can.”
Chelsea’s academy staff know all about his ability but also mention his love for the game and his unbounded enthusiasm for it :
“Yeah, for me I live football,” Abraham agreed.
“Football has always been in my heart. And every time I step out on that pitch I always want to prove myself and do the best that I can.”
Asked if he can make it to Russia 2018 World Cup:
“Definitely,” was his instant response.
“I’m a person who believes massively in myself, and like the (England) coaches just said to us – we have to go back to our clubs and give 100 per cent and hopefully see what happens.”
Abraham, while focused on his loan club sees his England future at Stamford Bridge:
“Yeah, definitely,” he replied.
“Hopefully that will be the dream really. Like I said, I have to do everything right this season and we will see what happens next season.
“Right now, I’m literally just focused on Swansea. Last season I was focused just on Bristol and this season focused on Swansea. So I just have to keep proving myself and hopefully I’ll get my opportunity.”