Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham, currently on loan with Championship club Bristol City, scored his 23rd and 24th goal of the season as Bristol City defeated Wolves 3-1 over the weekend.
Rumours of a move to champions Leicester City popped up this weekend as reports claim Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare wants the 19-year-old striker next season either on loan or in a permanent move.
Abraham has now spoken out over his future after being linked with Leicester City this weekend by admitting he wants Premier League football.
“It’s something that’s played with my mind,” Abraham told the Bristol Post.
“I’ve asked myself the same question and I’ll ask my parents and see what my agents are saying but I think I need to get through this season first and finish on a high.
“It would obviously be a dream for me to be playing in the Premier League but I have to focus here first.
“I love this club (Bristol City), I like to give my all and show everyone what I’m really made of.
“Not just the goals, but my desire to help this team to stay in the division.”