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Chelsea striker Abraham convinced Swansea can get him to World Cup

Swansea City striker Tammy Abraham feels he can still make England's World Cup squad.

The on-loan Chelsea youngster grabbed his first goals since his England debut in November in Tuesday's FA Cup thrashing of League Two visitors Notts County.

Abraham said: “It's a good time to start scoring – the England games next month are at the back of my mind.

“I know I have to give a ­performance to get back in the team whenever I'm given the chance, I have to keep proving myself and that's what I'm ­willing to do. Harry Kane came from nowhere to get to the Euros.

“Now I'm back, I'd ­obviously love to do that.''

The 20-year-old, who had struggled with ­fitness and form, added: “This ­performance will give me massive ­confidence going into other games. I like to push every game to show my true ­potential and hopefully to get my chance."

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