Nigerian born forward Tammy Abraham has stated his happiness at ignoring Wolverhampton Wanderers and staying at Aston Villa.
The on-loan Chelsea attacker turned down Wolves in favour of ending the season with Aston Villa in the English Championship.
Speaking after Villa’s play-off semi-final first leg win over West Bromwich Albion, Abraham said: “I always knew this was the place I wanted to be.
“Even though we had a tough spell in the middle of the season , Jack said just ‘wait until I get back fit, we will be on the up again’.
“I believed it, we have a fantastic squad here and we just keep going.”
Abraham has spent the majority of the season on loan at the Championship outfit, with 26 goals being scored from 38 outings at the second tier.
As it stands, the 21-year-old will return to his parent club this summer and the England international has revealed that he is desperate to forge a successful career at Stamford Bridge.
Abraham spent the 2017-18 campaign on loan at Swansea City, scoring eight times in 39 appearances in all competitions.