Date: 5th January 2017 at 3:48pm
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On-loan Bristol City striker Tammy Abraham has discussed his spell at the club this season with EASports.com.

The 19-year-old signed for the Robins last summer from Premier League giants Chelsea and has shown prolific form since.

The England under-21 international has score has scored 14 goals for City this season and is one of the rising stars in English football.

In an interview with EASports.com, Abraham discusses his inspiration behind wanting succeed at the very top level, such as the likes of Dele Alli and Marcus Rashford: ”It motivates me a lot really. To see what they’re doing makes me want to do the same. It makes you think that if other people can do it then maybe you can do the same.

”Everyone has their time and hopefully mine will come soon.”

His loanee club Bristol City currently sit 18th in the Championship table and 15 points off the play-offs, but Tammy Abraham isn’t afraid to state his side are still aiming for the top-six, ”The aim is to reach the promotion spots, so hopefully top 6.

”Fingers crossed; if we keep going the way we are going and maintain good form we can definitely achieve top 10. We have to keep trying our best.”

Moving onto his personal achievements, the potential future England international discusses his favourite goal this season and how life differs in Bristol compared to the busy city of London.

”I have had a couple that I have quite enjoyed. But probably Sheffield Wednesday, my first goal, which was a header. It was a different type of finish from myself and I was quite excited to score a goal like that.

”I would say living by myself is the biggest challenge, obviously making your own food and being in charge is very different to me, but it’s also been a good thing and it’s been exciting.”

Finally, Abraham looks at the future and how he could improve his own game – ”shooting from outside the box, it would be nice to get a few more goals from outside the box.”

Lee Johnson’s Bristol City face off with Fleetwood Town at Ashton Gate on Saturday in the Emirates FA Cup, in a match that Johnson will be wanting to win to help reduce the pressure on his job.

Tammy Abraham was speaking on Alex Hunter and The Journey to EASPORTS.com. To read the full interview, go to https://www.easports.com/uk/fifa/news/2017/tammy-abraham-interview

Bristol City fans…. How happy have you been with Tammy Abraham? Just how good is he? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!