Swansea City’s Abraham aims to learn from Kane, Aguero

Tammy Abraham
The 20-year-old striker is looking to improve on his game and emulate the Premier League goal poachers

Tammy Abraham is aiming to learn from Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero in order to be a better player.

The Swansea City attacker has only managed seven goals and contributed one assist in all competitions this season owing to injury and a dip in form.

However, the Chelsea loanee is looking to improve on his game by emulating the prolific duo.

"Look at the top strikers like Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero. They are ruthless and every time they get a shot people think they are going to score,” Abraham told Sky Sports.

"That is what I have to put into my game. It won't just fall for me, I have to make it happen.

"I have learned you have to step it up. I am learning through tough times at a very young age."

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Tammy Abraham

The Anglo-Nigerian will be hoping to be on parade for the Swans when they travel to Old Trafford to confront Manchester United on March 31.

Swansea are 14th in the topflight log after gathering 30 points from 31 encounters