Tammy Abraham has been a striker in demand this month, and it’s clear to see why as he has been in excellent form for Dean Smith’s side.
It was reported by Sky Sports that Wolves were set to sign the in-form striker with rumours circulating that his current loan deal with Aston Villa was set to be terminated by Chelsea.
But BBC Sport have revealed today that Abraham has turned down a loan move to the Premier League side, and has opted to stay with Aston Villa and help play his part in their promotion bid.
Villa are currently sat 10th in the Championship table and are just five points adrift of the play-off places, with many fans being confident of their side breaking into the top six by the end of the season.
Abraham has played a starring role for Smith’s side this season, and is their top goalscorer with 16 goals already to his name, which will be pleasing for the youngster.
News of his decision to stay with Villa will certainly be a huge boost to their play-off chances this season.
But how did Aston Villa supporters react to this latest update?
See the best of the reaction from Twitter below….
Hearing that Tammy Abraham has rejected Wolves to stay at Villa has made me one happy man today #AVFC
— Thomas Woodhouse (@T_Woodhouse95) January 8, 2019
— MJR (@mjaqliffe) January 8, 2019
Wow! Did not expect Tammy Abraham to stay! Absolutely immense #avfc
— Nishant Agarwal (@TheNishOfTheDay) January 8, 2019
Great news and he could become a ledge at Villa . ????
— Rich Castleton (@richbham123) January 8, 2019
Brilliant news let’s get jack back and a few defenders we are in business ????
— Shawfarmstud (@SFSshawfarmstud) January 8, 2019
Wow… striker rejects small Midlands club in premier league to play in the lower division.
— Steve Smith (@SteveSm51783289) January 8, 2019
— Richard #WTOBrexit (@r1chuk) January 8, 2019
Hope this is true
— martin grew (@martingrew1) January 8, 2019
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If this true will give us all the lift we need#avfc#vtid
— lee wheeler (@wheeler1405) January 8, 2019