Tammy Abraham was happy his teammate Fikayo Tomori scored his first Chelsea goal in style.
The Blues striker has revealed how Tomori used to "smash windows in training" with his shots.
After Tomori broke the deadlock in Chelsea’s 5-2 thrashing of Wolverhampton on Saturday, Abraham revealed he and his pal have been dreaming of scoring in the same match since they were kids.
"I was thinking 'don’t shoot, Fikayo', but everyone is delighted for him," Abraham, who became the youngest player to score a hat-trick for Chelsea, is quoted saying by the Mirror.
"In training, he’s been trying it every day and smashing windows but today it paid off – it was a great strike.
"We were the last people off the pitch because we were discussing how we’ve all scored in the same game for Chelsea. We’ve dreamt of that since we were little boys and we made it happen."
Tomori speaking to Standard Sport expressed his delight at breaking into Frank Lampard’s side alongside close friends.
"It is a dream come true, really," Tomori said. "Me, Mason and Tammy have been here since we were seven years old and to come through the ranks, all the players that have come before us, in the same team as us.
"For us to be in this position now we just want to make the most of it and we are just thankful that we are getting our chance as well. We’re going to take it.
"Obviously it isn’t my job to score goals but for Tammy and Mason it is and they have been doing that and playing well at the same time. Me chipping in on Saturday, it is always nice to score and more importantly to get the win, we really needed it as a team and hopefully we can kick on, put that same performance in, or a better one, against Valencia [in the Champions League]."
The victory over Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves on Saturday moved the west London club up to sixth in the table.