Chelsea’s transfer ban means that Tammy Abraham could possibly return to Stamford Bridge this summer as a part of the first team. Here is what the youngster had to say about it.
‘The aim is to be at the highest level and playing the best football, and if Chelsea say they need me there I will put 100 per cent in,’ he said.
‘Every player wants to start. Obviously if it is at Chelsea, a team like Chelsea is always difficult because they have got world-class players.
‘It is always going to be difficult to bring in youngsters and bring in people like myself – it is a big role.
‘But for me, it is about believing in myself and just keep doing what I do.’
He added: ‘First of all I just need to enjoy myself with the boys before I think about the future.
‘I have got the Euro Under-21s coming up as well so I have to focus on that. You can never say never. You never know what could happen.
‘I have developed a lot as a player. Coming here it was always tough, there was always a lot of pressure.
‘People were questioning if I could score the same amount of goals as I did last time. I just believed in myself.
‘I give credit to the boys, they created a lot of chances for me this year. I’ve scored a lot of goals and we’ve got promoted.’