Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard has stated that he believes Tammy Abraham would soon get a call up to join the Three Lions of England.
This is coming after the Nigerian born was snubbed by England manager Gareth Southgate ahead of Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Kosovo.
Speaking on Tammy Abraham who has netted four goals in his last two English Premier League games this season, Frank Lampard said:
“I am delighted with Tammy, delighted with his attitude.
“He has a great attitude in training and a desire to score. I thought his all-round game as well was good.
“We are working with Tammy, all the staff, to help little bits of his game where he can be even better. He is very receptive to that. I thought his performance was class. It is everything you want from him and he is unlucky not to have three, I suppose.
“I would have loved it for him [to get called up by England], but he can take a bit of a breather. We can work with him because it is a constant with all the younger players. I think England will come calling,” Lampard told reporters at Stamford Bridge.