Tammy Abraham has firmly put to bed the argument that there is no life beyond the Premier League.
Few would have expected the England international to be the success story he has been since moving to Italy, and the 24-year-old has now made history.
Abraham rose through the youth ranks with Chelsea before scoring 30 goals in 82 appearances for the club.
However, with the arrival of Romelu Lukaku last summer, the striker found his career at a crossroads.
Abraham was handed a career lifeline in the form of a £34m move to Rome last summer where he would link up with former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho and he is sure to say that he has not looked back.
Since arriving in the Italian capital, Abraham has found the back of the net 27 times in all competitions.
But it was his Serie A form that really caught the eye.
The Three Lions star netted twice as Roma capped off their season with a 3-0 win over Torino to secure a Europa League spot.
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The double took Abrahams’ tally to 17 Serie A goals this season, making him England’s all-time top scorer in the Italian top flight.
The previous record was set by Gerry Hitchens, who finished the campaign with 16 goals for Inter Milan in 1961/62.
Speaking about his form after the game, Abraham said: “It’s been a good year for me.
“I hope to build on this year and hopefully we can finish with a trophy and it will be the perfect year.”
Of course, he’s talking about the Europa League against Feyenoord, where Abraham can help Mourinho’s side win a major trophy this season.
As well as finishing the season with a place in Europe confirmed, Abraham can be delighted with his debut campaign in Italy and hopes there will be plenty more goals and success to come.
And who knows – like Lukaku – maybe a return to the Premier League will soon be on the cards.
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