Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham admitted that he would be ready to join any Premier League club to boost his career:
“In three years I want to be playing at the top level, at whichever team I’m at. I just want to be one of the best in the Premier League, scoring goals,” said the youngster that this season is playing on loan to Bristol City.
“I’m not too surprised with how it’s gone this season because I know my ability and I’m confident in what I can do.
“Scoring goals is what I love and it gives me that confidence every time I hit the net.”
Abraham already scored 12 goals in 20 appearances and analysed his moment:
“I knew what I was going out on loan for when the deal was agreed with Bristol City and I had to get into the right mentality.
“I’m playing men’s football now and just needed to adapt to the situation. Luckily I’ve been doing that. I’ve been performing on the pitch, and giving my all.”
“Whenever I’m out there on the pitch I’ve just got to try my best and give my all – you can’t really ask for more than that. I love scoring goals, so if scoring goals is the way that I break through then I will keep doing that and keep trying hard.”
“My height does give me an advantage, but I’m not really an ‘air-ball player’. I’d say I’m better with my feet, which is probably surprising, but I’ve got good feet and that’s something I like to explore against defenders.”
Abraham says he can see some resamblance in his playing style with the one of Chelsea legend Didier Drogba:
“Yeah, I’m more of an in-the-box striker than outside. Every time the ball comes into the box that’s where I try to be – in the right positions, at the right time. Luckily I’ve been getting my finishes in, and you can’t ask much more from a striker.”
Then he spoke about his physical characteriscts:
“The last time I measured myself, which was a while ago, I was 6ft 4ins-and-a-bit, so I’m nearer 6ft 5ins right now. Yeah, I’m quite tall, but I like the way I’m built. It suits my style of play, so I wouldn’t really change anything. In fact, I hope I’ll stop growing soon!