Nigerian born Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is hoping to score more goals to prove his worth to Club Manager Frank Lampard.
The academy graduate who was forced out of the club severally on loan in past seasons due to competition for a place in the first team was given the opportunity to prove his worth when Frank Lampard decided to focus on giving young players playing time.
That faith has been richly rewarded, with Abraham’s treble at Molineux taking him to seven goals across his last three games.
“I hope this is my season,” Abraham told BBC Sport.
“I have to keep working hard in every training session, every game. Every game I want to prove myself to the gaffer.”
Chelsea took complete control of their Premier League meeting at the visit to Wolves inside the first-half when Fikayo Tomori broke the deadlock just past the half-hour mark, before Abraham added two more to the Blues’ tally before the interval.
He completed his hat-trick six minutes into the second half, with Lampard’s side able to take their foot off the gas slightly from that point.
“Today the plan, it worked well,” said Abraham.
“We were disappointed about the Sheffield United game and not coming away with all three points so we brought that disappointment into this game as motivation.
“We have trained really hard since coming back from internationals.”