Loading… Abraham has seen a string of players pledge their allegiance to the Blues with Reece James, Mason Mount, Fikayo Tomori, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Billy Gilmour all signing up for the long-term.However, Abraham has seen the likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi cash in big-style in the past 12 months and is determined to hold out for a deal around that level.Hudson-Odoi agreed a new contract with Chelsea last September which was worth an estimated £180,000-a-week.Abraham, 22, has scored 15 goals already this season and has forced his way into the plans of England boss Gareth Southgate.He has two years left to run on his current contract, so there is no immediate rush but with the clock ticking Chelsea have a decision to make on how highly they rate the striker. Read Also: Chelsea celebrate Abraham after claiming prestigious awardsAbraham has enjoyed a breakthrough campaign at Stamford Bridge, continuing the form that saw him plunder 26 goals in 40 games in all competitions on loan at Aston Villa last season.But he has struggled for fitness of late with an ankle problem, which has seen Olivier Giroud profit from a run in the team under Frank Lampard.Chelsea host Everton at Stamford Bridge on Sunday as they bid to consolidate their position in the top four and remain at Europe’s top table next season.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The England star is looking for parity with the club’s other stars before committing his future to the club. Tammy Abraham has turned down Chelsea’s latest contract offer.Advertisement Promoted ContentTop 9 Scariest Haunted Castles In Europe7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeWhat Secrets Is The Great Wall Of China Hiding?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseBest Car Manufacturers In The World6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid ArmageddonWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?
Press Association Tim Sherwood has challenged Etienne Capoue to show him that he is worthy of a first-team place at Tottenham. The 25-year-old said he would consider leaving White Hart Lane in January if it improved his World Cup chances, but he was told to stay at Spurs until at least the end of the season. Now Sherwood, who has a tendency to shy away from using holding midfielders, has told the France international he needs to prove his worth. “He’s here until the end of the season and hopefully he’ll get enough chances to prove he’s good enough to play in his national team at the World Cup,” the Spurs boss said. “To get in the team he just has to play and train well and show that he’s as good as what’s in front of him. That’s how it is. “Whatever we’re left with after deadline day, it’s pretty much a clean slate. I’m not going to pick anyone just because he’s English or French, it’s not like that. If you’re playing well and I like you better than the other one, then ultimately I like to win football games so the best team plays.” Capoue, who was a target for Napoli, admitted he was unhappy with his current situation at Tottenham. He told L’Equipe: “It’s hard. I went from undisputed holding midfielder to someone applying to play. This is the first time I saw that. “If I do not play, it will be difficult (to be at the World Cup). If something presents itself, we will discuss.” Capoue says he was also unhappy at being asked to play centre-back – a strange claim as he has only played there three times this term when Spurs were suffering from an injury crisis. “I’m not surprised (about having to play there),” he said. “This is the English mind. “They do not know much about foreign players.” Capoue became a regular under Andre Villas-Boas following his transfer from Toulouse last summer, but the Frenchman has only started one Barclays Premier League game under Sherwood. The midfielder agitated for a move away from Spurs in a bizarre deadline day interview for a French newspaper in which he branded the English “ignorant”.