Brighton & Hove Albion CEO Paul Barber has called for 'patience' as the club continue their work in the transfer market.
However, while acknowledging that the Seagulls want to sign the England Under-21 international, he has insisted that he is not their only target as they look to strengthen in attack.
Barber told The Argus: "It is no secret he is a player of interest to us. There is a lot of competition for Tammy. He is a terrific talent and fine young player, but we don't just have a single player on our list. We have a cluster of players of the same quality and that is how we work.
"This whole transfer window, as always, is very much a waiting game. People have to be patient."
Abraham scored 26 goals in 48 appearances during a loan spell with Bristol City last season.