Tammy Abraham is aiming to emulate Harry Kane's success at Tottenham by eventually becoming Chelsea's first-choice striker.
The 20-year-old is currently on a season-long loan at Premier League strugglers Swansea, where he has now scored seven goals from 25 appearances in all competitions folowing an impressive 26-goal haul in the Championship at Bristol City last term.
In his absence from Stamford Bridge, current Blues boss Antonio Conte has brought in Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud to lead the line.
However, Abraham is confident in his abilities and is sure he will eventually become the first-choice forward at Chelsea in the future.
He told Express Sport: 'I’m always a confident person. No matter what is in front of me.
'I’m here at Swansea to play games and do my best. Hopefully by playing here and doing well it opens the door to Chelsea.'
Abraham also highlighted the way Kane had enjoyed loan spells with the likes of Leicester, Norwich, Millwall and Leyton Orient before becoming a regular for both Spurs and England.
He added: 'That’s the aim for me, my main goal. So he’s an inspiration for me so to be anything like Kane would be fantastic for me.'