The England international has been earning lots of praise for his strong form this season after having been handed a regular spot in the first team by Chelsea FC boss Frank Lampard.
Abraham has scored 10 goals and made two assists in 13 Premier League games for the Blues so far this term to help them up into fourth place in the top-flight table.
The 22-year-old will be eager to keep developing his game at Stamford Bridge as he looks to continue his impressive form for the west London club.
Now, the young striker has revealed how he often finds himself online watching clips of some of Europe’s best strikers in action in the Champions League.
Speaking in an interview with Chelsea FC’s website before the Champions League clash against Valencia, Abraham said: “You have to improve.
“In my spare time, I go on YouTube and watch the best strikers in the world playing in this competition. For me it’s just about stealing their ideas and adding them to my game. I’ve watched many – Harry Kane, Sergio Aguero, Roberto Firmino, Robert Lewandowski.
“I’ve grown up with this mentality where I always want to win. I’m a bubbly character in training and games and for me it’s just about getting the three points. If I can top that off with a goal then it’s a bigger achievement for me as well.
“Playing against great teams we know there’s going to be less chances in games and that’s something I have to be ready for. When that chance comes, I have to try to grab it with two hands.
“Every team in the Premier League or the Champions League is a good side so scoring goals against anyone, I’ll celebrate that like it’s the World Cup final!”
Abraham will be hoping to feature for Chelsea FC when the Blues return to Premier League action with a home clash against West Ham United on Saturday afternoon.
The Blues are aiming to get back to winning ways in the Premier League after they were beaten 2-1 by Manchester City last weekend.
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