Frank Lampard heaped Compliments on Tammy Abraham after his contribution.
When shooting over as boss as he was faced with a transfer ban lampard has integrated youth gamers, and they’ve repaid his faith.
On Saturday, Tammy Abraham scored a hat-trick in Molineux – with scored two in each of the past two league games – using Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori.
And Lampard was thrilled by their efforts, telling Sky Sports:”I am delighted to find that [kids taking their opportunities ] since it is not straightforward.
“Tammy is [searching the role ] and that’s function, having gone out ahead and scoring lots of goals at the Championship, having annually at the Premier League and now I think he believes the duty of the Chelsea shirt because he should. The last three games speak for themselves.
“The only real challenge for Tammy today is can he keep doing this? Could he become better and better since the way he is playing, he’s a enormous danger for us up front and there’s competition within from [Olivier] Giroud and [Michy] Batshuayi therefore he wants to keep it at that level and get even better.
“Tomori had a wonderful season in the Championship this past year but this is a step up and he’s completely taken to it and got an extraordinary goal today, which is going to be a enormous memory for him moving forward. It’s time, the kids deserved their opportunities and they need to keep advancing.”
The compliments kept using Phil Thompson enjoying his development at Chelsea, coming on Soccer Saturday for Abraham.
“He had been very, very great. His job is to score goals, but he also got involved in the remaining portion of the game,” he said.
“He got four aims, an own goal and cramp, therefore it was rather an afternoon ! He led the line brightly and was totally fantastic. And he is just getting better and better”
Wolves will enter it on the back of the thick Chelsea conquer, with no wins and start their Europa League effort on Thursday.
Understandably, manager Nuno Espirito Santo was not pleased with his side’s performance, telling Sky Sports:”It was a terrible performance. We started the match well, pressing and producing minutes that were good. The game transformed with a target, everything becomes more challenging and the staff lost a tiny bit of attention.
“Now we were beaten, Chelsea were much better than us and we must recognise that, congratulate Chelsea and move forward. What is important is that they can not be repeated by us, although bad games may happen. We must respond and become better.”