Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has admitted he watches YouTube clips of the best strikers in world football, as he aims to become irreplaceable in the Blues' Champions League attack.
Abraham has been a star performer for Chelsea this season, bagging ten goals in the opening 13 league matches which have fired Frank Lampard's youngsters into the top four of the table.
The 22-year-old has enjoyed life in the Premier League thus far, and speaking before Chelsea's big Champions League trip to Valencia, Abraham confessed that he is honing his skills in the European competition by watching 'all the best strikers in the world'.
"For me in my spare time I go on Youtube and watch all the best strikers in the world play in this competition, stealing their ideas and adding it to my game," he said, as reported by The Mirror.
“I watch so many players. Harry Kane, (Sergio) Aguero, (Roberto) Firmino, these are Premier League strikers obviously but also (Robert) Lewandowski and all sorts and players who have played in this competition before."
Abraham scored a vital goal against Lille in the Blues' pursuit of Champions League progression, and the ex-Aston Villa loanee confessed that this experience has been 'a dream come true' for him and his fellow Chelsea academy graduates.
“Before that Valencia game, Mason (Mount), Fikayo (Tomori) and I were warming up together and it didn’t feel real yet, that we were all in the Champions League together.
“For many of us it is a dream come true, so we don’t want that dream to stop now. We want to keep going, keep pushing, keep doing the best we can and like I said tomorrow we have to just leave it all out on the field."
Chelsea's Champions League hopes hang in the balance as Lampard's men, Ajax and Valencia all sit on seven points, leaving very little margin for error in the final two matches of the group stages.