Chelsea striker, Olivier Giroud has told team manager, Frank Lampard of his readiness to be in the starting line up.
The 32-year-old has started just one Premier League game for Frank Lampard and has so far failed to score in the top-flight.
Abraham has taken his opportunity under the new manager following a successful loan spell at Aston Villa in the Championship.
The 21-year-old has four goals in the league and has nailed down that starting position.
When asked if he would accept a more limited role at Chelsea, Giroud told Le Figaro: “Obviously not. I have goals in my head.
“I’m here to help the next generation, but the time for retirement has not come.
“I’m still hungry and have a lot of ambition. I don’t want to be Chelsea’s No.2 striker, for sure.
“Just because I’m here as an older brother for the younger players, it doesn’t mean I’m out on the sidelines.”
Giroud also admitted that moving to America could be of interest to him.
“The MLS for my family, my children who speak English, it’s interesting,” he told RMC Sport’s Breaking Foot.
“In a year? In two years? I do not know when. But of course, after that, I will be open to a final challenge.”