Tammy Abraham is just three goals away from equalling Marcus Rashford's best-ever Premier League tally.

Abraham took his Premier League goal scoring tally this season up to seven after getting a brilliant hat-trick in the Blues' 5-2 win at Wolves.

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All seven of the 21-year-old's goals have come in his last three games, with the youngster bagging braces against Norwich and Sheffield United respectively before his treble at the weekend.

Abraham is currently joint-top of the 2019/20 Premier League's goalscoring charts with Manchester City hotshot Sergio Aguero.

The other goals scored by Chelsea against Wolves and this season have also been by academy players, Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori.

And despite playing just five matches so far this season, he is already on course to smash Rashford's record goal tally.

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Rashford, who is also 21, has never surpassed ten league goals in a single season.

The Red Devils forward was preferred to Abraham by Gareth Southgate in the England squad earlier this month - and the latter could still pledge his allegiance to Nigeria if he is not chosen for the next Euro 2020 qualifiers.

Frank Lampard believes Abraham has a 'great chance' of making the Three Lions squad for the next set of internationals, which are in October.

But he warned the striker to not rest on his laurels.

When asked about Abraham's chances of getting an England call-up, Lampard said: "Well the way he's going, it's obviously going to put him into that bracket.

"Without telling Gareth what to do but to score seven goals in three games and be top scorer and to play with the quality he's playing, he's got all-round quality.

"There's three different types of goals he's scored which is exactly what you want from Tammy - a messy one, a good header and a fantastic feet and finish goal.

"He has to sustain it. He has to get even better.

"He has to be hungry which I know he is. He should never rest on his laurels because there's more work to be done.

"That England squad is a few weeks away and if he keeps playing at that level then he'll have a great chance."

The result at Molineux saw Chelsea claim their second win of the Premier League season and rise to sixth spot.

Next up they host Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday night before taking on Premier League leaders Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

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