Having come through the academy at Orient, Abraham’s made his debut at just 17 years old for The O’s – as one of the many academy players who represented the club in the ill-fated 2016/17 season.
He netted two goals in his nine appearances and caught the eye of Norwich City, who took Abrahams from the club for a transfer fee. After various loan deals, Abrahams completed a switch to Newport County.
At the Exiles, the 22-year-old scored 18 and assisted 8 in 74 appearances. The forward was also voted the club’s Young Player & Supporter’s 2019/20 Player of the Season.
Abrahams played a vital part in Newport’s Carabao Cup run in the 2020/21 season, scoring against Newcastle and Watford, as well as a brace against Swansea.
“I’m buzzing. I’m so happy to be back, this is my home,” expressed Abrahams.
“I know a lot of the boys here. When you move mid-season, you want to hit the ground running; coming back here I know a lot of the people, staff and the philosophy of the club. It was an easy decision to come back.”