Former Chelsea Tammy Abraham is not in the best of form for Roma at the moment after a fine start to his Roma career.
The 23-year-old has been on a barren spell before recently scoring in Roma’s 3-2 defeat against Venezia.
Jose Mourinho’s Roma has been struggling in recent games with just one win in their last seven games in all competitions.
Abraham himself has scored 3 goals in 12 Serie A games this season, and 5 goals in 17 games in all competitions for Roma.
Nevertheless, Abraham has vowed to get back to his best form and get his team out of trouble.
Speaking about his tough patch, Abraham said in a press conference: “I think in football, you know, you have times where there are good times and there are bad times. You learn about yourself and your team when you are going through bad times.
“For me, someone of my stature and someone of my calibre, and also for a lot of leaders in the team, this is the best time for us to show our quality, to show our leadership, and show we can help the team as much as possible.
“Of course, everybody wants to have the best season and to win every game, but you have bad times – and this is one of them. It is about how we overcome this.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea inserted a buyback clause in Abraham’s deal that can be triggered in two years time.