Frank Lampard heaped praise on Tammy Abraham after his contribution to a 5-2 win against Wolves from the Premier League.
Lampard has integrated youth players into his group as he had been confronted with a move ban when taking over as boss, and they have repaid his faith in the five games of this year.
On Saturday, Tammy Abraham scored a hat-trick in Molineux – with scored in each of his previous two league matches – together using Fikayo Tomori adding to the tally and also Mason Mount.
And Lampard was thrilled with their attempts, telling Sky Sports:”I’m thrilled to find that [kids taking their opportunities ] since it is not simple.
“Tammy is [searching the part] and that’s function, having gone out ahead and scoring a lot of goals at the Championship, acquiring annually in the Premier League and now I think he believes the responsibility of the Chelsea shirt as he needs to. The last 3 games speak for themselves.
“The only challenge for Tammy today is will he keep doing this? Can he get better and better because how he is playing, he is a enormous danger for all of us up front and there’s competition within from [Olivier] Giroud and [Michy] Batshuayi so that he needs to keep it at the level and get much better.
“Tomori had a terrific year in the Championship last year but this is a step up and he’s completely taken to it got an amazing goal now, which will be a enormous memory for him moving forward. It’s time, the kids deserved their opportunities and they have to keep improving.”
The compliments kept coming for Abraham on Soccer Saturday, with Phil Thompson enjoying his advancement.
“He was very, very great. His job is to score goals, but he also got involved in the remaining part of the match,” he explained.
“He’s four goals, an own goal and cramp, therefore it had been rather an afternoon for him! He led the line and had been fantastic. And he is just getting better and better”
Wolves will go on the rear of the Chelsea defeat that is thick into it, with no wins and start their Europa League campaign on Thursday.
Understandably, director Nuno Espirito Santo wasn’t happy with his side’s performance, telling Sky Sports:”It was a bad performance. We began the match well, creating and pressing minutes. The game transformed with a target, everything gets and the staff dropped a bit of attention.
“Now we had been beaten, Chelsea were better than us and we must recognise that, congratulate Chelsea and move forward. The most important thing is that we can’t repeat them, although bad games can happen. We have to respond and become much better.”