Tammy Abraham hopes to be rewarded with a new Chelsea contract this summer but admits he is still unsure what his parent club have planned for him next season.

Having spent the season on-loan at Bristol City, Abraham has enjoyed a spectacular campaign in the Championship, scoring 26 times to steer the Robins clear of relegation.

Abraham's agent Eliot Van Til recently told IBTimes UK that Antonio Conte must quickly decide whether the 19-year-old will be part of his first-team plans next season, with the Evening Standard now reporting the teenager is to be offered a new deal that will see him double his £25,000 wages at the end of the season.

For now, Abraham's immediate focus remains on Bristol City with the club preparing for their final home game of the season against Birmingham on Saturday.

"There is nothing yet, I'm not too sure but hopefully there will be [a new contract]," Abraham said. "I've heard a few bits, this and that, but I am not too sure what I am doing yet and I haven't spoken to Chelsea about next season. I'm focused here before I end up shooting off back to Chelsea.

"Bristol is always going to be in my heart now but I am not too sure what I am doing. Bristol would be interested in taking me again but it is a situation if Chelsea want me to come back or want me to go somewhere else to develop in a different way. It would be nice to come back to Bristol in the future."

Abraham's agent Van Til recently suggested a number of clubs are tracking the Chelsea prodigy.

"The nature of scouting now is that many clubs, domestically and internationally, will have followed him not just this season but previously when he played in international competitions, like winning the youth champions league and last summer's Under-19 European championship with England," he said.

"This season by proving himself at a higher level in the championship and at Under-21 level the interest has become even greater."