Tammy Abraham has praised Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi and said he tries to learn from them in training.
Abraham is in fine form and has revealed what led to his development.
“I look at Oli like an older brother,” Abraham said post-game on Saturday.
“I’m always learning from him on the training pitch and I’ve grown up watching him.
“He’s always supporting me. When someone’s doing well and scoring goals you have to support them and that’s what he is doing for me.
“I look at different strikers. Oli is obviously not the fastest striker in the world, but what he has is unbelievable.
“His one touch play, his hold up play, his one-touch finishing. I just take those little things that I see in training.
“If the ball is coming into the box off the ground, his volleying and everything is on point, so you have to take those little things and add them to your game.
“I’m a visual learner. I like to watch and take people’s ideas and add them to myself.
“The same with Michy, he is also a great striker.
“For me to be training with these two players is wonderful.”