Former England U21 international Tammy Abraham was elated with teammate Fikayo Tomori scoring his first Chelsea goal - but he admits that he told Tomori not to score after seeing him "smash windows in training" according to the Mirror.
Tomori was awarded his second Premier League start for Chelsea and found the back of the net in the side's 5-2 thriller over Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Abraham followed suit and scored an enthralling hat trick as he continues to showcase his impressive form.
"I was thinking 'don’t shoot, Fikayo', but everyone is delighted for him," said Abraham.
"In training, he’s been trying it every day and smashing windows but today it paid off – it was a great strike.
"We were the last people off the pitch because we were discussing how we’ve all scored in the same game for Chelsea. We’ve dreamt of that since we were little boys and we made it happen."
Abraham, Tomori and Mason Mount have been shining bright in the Premier League after playing in the English Championship last season.
Tomori and Mount were under the tutelage of Frank Lampard at Derby County while Abraham enjoyed much success at Aston Villa.