By Graham Hill
TAMMY Abraham wants to mark what could be his last game for Villa in the best possible way.
The on-loan Chelsea striker has scored 26 goals this season for Villa.
And if he adds to that total at Wembley against Derby, there is every chance he will help Dean Smith’s side return to the Premier League.
Villa could make Abraham’s move a permanent one if they go up.
But the player’s first option is to try and make the grade at Stamford Bridge.
Abraham has made it clear however that this season will always be a special one for him.
He told Villa’s official website: “I’ve always believed since I set foot in here that I can help take them back to the top.
“They deserve to be at the top now because of our fantastic players and coaches, not just because history says we should be there.
“I’ve not felt anything but love at this club. From the fans, players and staff.
That stays with you. It’s something I’ll always carry with me.
“It’s a fantastic club, and everything’s moving forward in the right direction. It’d mean a lot for me and all the boys to do it at Wembley.
“I’ve played there a couple of times and experienced the feeling. It’s what we deserve for a fantastic ending to the season.’