Tammy Abraham has claimed that he would like his career to emulate that of legend Didier Drogba in his quest to be Chelsea's top goalscorer.
The former England U21 admitted that he grew up being inspired by Drogba who is the highest-scoring foreign player in the history of Chelsea with 164 goals across two spells during his time with the Blues.
Abraham has had a fine start to the current season in the Premier League with four goals under his belt from four appearances with Frank Lampard awarding him a spot in the starting lineup.
''I have so many stories from when I was younger watching him, growing up watching such a talented striker,'' Abraham said to The Mirror.
"I've always wanted to be like him, always hungry to score goals.
''Just looking at him he had that appearance about him. And I've always wanted to add that to my game.
''So to follow in his footsteps (as the club’s main striker) is always nice''.
Abraham will be looking to start and hopefully find the back of the net when Chelsea take on Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday, September 14.