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Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham who’s on loan to Swansea found the net for the first time since October in Swansea’s Tuesday’s FA Cup thrashing of League Two visitors Notts County.

The 20-year-old has an eye on the World Cup finals this summer in Russia, and hopes to take a cue from Tottenham striker Harry Kane who bagged 11 in 11 at the end of the 2015-16 season to force his way into Roy Hodgson’s Euro 2016 squad.

And Abraham said: “It’s a good time to start scoring – the England games next month are at the back of my mind.

“I know I have to give a performance to get back in the team whenever I’m given the chance, I have to keep proving myself and that’s what I’m willing to do. Harry Kane came from nowhere to get to the Euros.

“Now I’m back, I’d obviously love to do that.”

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