'I’ve got to steal his ideas and make them my own': Abraham's grown up loving Vardy's game
- Harry Kane will be sidelined until at least April.
- Tammy Abraham hopes to seal a place in the squad for Euro 2020.
- The 22-year-old welcomes competition.
- It wouldn't bother him even if Jamie Vardy comes back from international retirement.
- The Blues' striker has nothing but respect and admiration towards the Foxes' goalscorer.
As Harry Kane will be sidelined at least until April and might not recover fully for the UEFA Euro 2020, Tammy Abraham hopes to make England's squad for the competition. The Blues' striker won't be afraid of the competition even if Jamie Vardy decides to come back to international football.
"Jamie Vardy is another talented striker, he has an eye for goal and he’s one of the players I’ve grown up loving," the 22-year-old told the Blues' official website.
"I’ve got to steal his ideas and make them my own but if he comes back [from international retirement], then he comes back.
"No, no, no [it wouldn't bother me]. Hopefully, I’ll still be there either way."
Abraham has enjoyed a perfect start to the Stamford Bridge career. The 22-year-old has made 29 appearances across all competitions so far, scored 15 goals and provided 5 assists.
On the other hand, Vardy has been on fire this season. In 20 Premier League games so far, the 33-year-old has scored 17 goals and registered 4 assists.