Tammy Abraham believes his time at Aston Villa has proven fruitful as it will ensure that he becomes a better player for his parent club Chelsea.
Abraham played a prominent role in Villa's promotion to the Premier League having scored 26 goals in Claret and Blue.
The emerging striker is now back at Chelsea where he just scored his first goal of preseason friendlies against Barcelona.
Speaking exclusively to the media after the game, Abraham told: "It toughens you up and makes you more of a man, quicker.
"For me, it was about learning the other side of the game.
"Coming from the Chelsea academy we always dominated with the ball but going to play for teams where you don't have the ball so much it's about learning that side of it.
"And scoring goals has brought me a lot of confidence.'
"I kind of do set targets,' he said. 'I don't want to give too much away but if I can get near what I scored last season for Aston Villa I will be more than happy.
"It's more about the team. Score goals, help the team and I'll be happy," as he concluded.
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