Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has revealed he looked up to both Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo when he was growing up.
Having joined the Blues at Under-8 level, Abraham scored goals against every age group and has now brought that skill to the senior side, firing ten goals in his first 12 Premier League games this season.
Speaking on Chelsea's 5th Stand app, Abraham revealed that it was not just the two players' goalscoring which appealed to him, but also the mentality and way in which they carried themselves on the pitch.
"[Henry] was one of my biggest idols growing up," he explained. "I loved his style, the way he played and the way he carried himself on the pitch.
"I even loved his goal celebrations! They were really cool and he’s just someone I’ve always looked up to."