The 19-year-old English striker has taken the Championship by storm since joining Bristol City on loan from the London based club.

Chelsea have sent a whopping 38 players out on loan, consisting of some very promising players on the books of the club, but arguably the one to have shone the most this season is Tammy Abraham.

The young Englishman has been a revelation for Bristol City, having scored 12 goals in just 20 appearances this season for the club. His form has been one of the key factors for Bristol City’s place in the top half of the table after 16 games, having finished 18th in the Championship in the previous season.

Recognizing the young striker’s recent goal-scoring exploits which helped him win September’s Championship Player of the month, Chelsea boss Antonio Conte showered praises for Abraham, hailing him as the future of the club.

However, it seems Tammy Abraham has already accepted he may have to prove himself elsewhere, away from his parent club.

WALSALL, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 11: Tammy Abraham of England U21 celebrates as he scores their fifth goal during the UEFA European U21 Championship Group 9 qualifying match between England and Bosnia and Herzegovina at Banks' Stadium on October 11, 2016 in Walsall, England. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

WALSALL, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 11: Tammy Abraham of England U21 celebrates as he scores their fifth goal during the UEFA European U21 Championship Group 9 qualifying match between England and Bosnia and Herzegovina at Banks’ Stadium on October 11, 2016 in Walsall, England. (Photo courtesy – Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Speaking to Squawka, the U21 English international talked on a wide array of topics, ranging from his playing style and ambition to his near future plans.

When asked where he sees himself in few years time, Abraham replied, “In three years I want to be playing at the top level, at whichever team I’m at. I just want to be one of the best in the Premier League, scoring goals. I’m not too surprised with how it’s gone this season because I know my ability and I’m confident in what I can do.”

However, the 19-year-old added, to play at the very top level and perhaps Chelsea, he would need maintain consistency in his game to make the step-up.

“Whenever I’m out there on the pitch I’ve just got to try my best and give my all – you can’t really ask for more than that. I love scoring goals, so if scoring goals is the way that I break-through (to the top level) then I will keep doing that and keep trying hard.”

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