Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham says self belief has inspired him to overcome a tough start to life in the2019/20 Premier League season at Chelsea.
Abraham, who joined the Chelsea academy in 2004, scored his first goals for the Blues as his two strikes against Norwich City on Saturday helped Lampard earn his first win as manager of the side.
After starting the season with a Super Cup penalty shoot-out loss to Liverpool, a defeat to Manchester United at the Old Trafford and a draw at home to Leicester City, Lampard finally tasted victory with a 3-2 win at Carrow Road on Satuday.
Abraham is also determined to kick on after a successful outing against the Premier League new boys.
“I have always believed in myself,” Abraham told Chelsea’s official website.
“I know I have had a bit of a sticky time at the start of the season, but I’m someone who doesn’t let that affect me. It drives me on.
“Now I have scored two good goals, and hopefully, I can keep scoring for Chelsea.
“This is football at the end of the day. You just have to enjoy it as much as you can. It’s not a long career, so while you’re out there you just have to give your best and just enjoy it.”