Tomori struck, along with Mason Mount, while Tammy Abraham hit a hat-trick in the 5-2 win at Wolves.
"It's really important to show it can be done. We saw it last year with Ethan (Ampadu), Ruben (Loftus-Cheek) and Callum (Hudson-Odoi), and now Tammy, Mason and I. We are scoring goals and playing well, and getting an opportunity to play every week. We just want to take our chances, for ourselves, the club, the manager and our team-mates. We're enjoying it.
"I'm really pleased for Tammy," Tomori told chelseafc.com.
"He worked so hard and he deserves it. You can see how much it meant to him. I have been a team-mate of his since we were seven years old, going through the ranks together, playing in the Championship together, and now playing in the Chelsea team together. He can hold the ball up, link up the play and score goals. He's a dream to play with."