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Olsson: More to come from Tammy

Abraham headed home the Swans’ equaliser at West Brom on Saturday, the England man finding the net in the Premier League for the first time since October.

The striker has scored eight goals in all competitions since joining the Swans on loan from Chelsea last summer.

And Olsson is confident Abraham can prove a key player during the Swans’ final six games.

“That goal will be good for his confidence. He has worked hard after training on his finishing, so it is reward for that,” said Olsson.

“But we want more from him in the next six games – I know there is more to come from him because he is a good player.

“When we went forward on Saturday the final ball wasn’t good enough and we didn’t really give him good enough service, but he worked hard.

“He will be an important player for us in the remaining games, that’s for sure.”

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