Former England U21 international striker Tammy Abraham has been on a rise in the Premier League - having already scored for Chelsea in their season-opening games.
Abraham found the back of the net for the first time for Chelsea when they took on Norwich City in August and scored twice more in the same game. He went on to score a brace against Sheffield United.
“[Lamprd's] always believed in me," Abraham told the Mirror (via Evening Standard).
"He’s believed in the youngsters and believed in me.
"A lot of players have downsides to the game but even when I was going for that little spell, he still believed in me, and that goal mean a lot to me.
“I looked over, I saw him celebrating as well. So I just said to go share my emotions."
The buzzing youngster was involved in 26 Championship goals during Aston Villa's quest to topflight promotion and he exclaimed that he will be hoping to achieve the same feat this season.
“I always say to myself, you know, I want to hit close to what I got last season in terms of goals," Abraham added. "If I get anywhere near to what go last season, it's a fantastic year for me.”
Abraham is currently occupying fourth on the goalscoring log after four games played - he sees himself behind Manchester City duo Sergio Aguero, Raheem Sterling and Norwich's Teemu Peeku.