Tammy Abraham is looking to fully commit to England, with the Chelsea striker eager to become a regular in the Three Lions fold and bring a debate regarding his international allegiance to a close.
Abraham insists the Nigeria question has not been raised during his time in the England camp, saying he never wanted to play for another country except England. “I’m a player growing up in England, playing in the Premier League. My ambitions were always to play for England. Obviously it’s nice to be wanted by two nations, two nations that I love. But my main focus is England,” he said.
Abraham already has two senior caps to his name, but they were collected during friendly outings against Germany and Spain in November 2017.His form at Chelsea has brought him back into the reckoning and a man who has worked hard to reach this point, taking in a number of loan spells along the way, is determined to become a mainstay in Gareth Southgate’s plans.