The 19-year-old was farmed out on loan by the Italian gaffer in August.
But not before he had offered him the chance to impress on the Blues’ summer trips to Austria and the USA.
Abraham has now opened up on that experience and he’s revealed the tips his new manager offered him.
He told the London Evening Standard: “Conte looks interested in the youngsters and he spoke to me when I was on the pre-season tour.
“He gave me tactical advice. He told me the right areas to get into and how to adapt to different situations.”
Abraham has also lifted the lid on the hope Conte has given him.
John Terry is the last Chelsea youth team graduate to make the grade in Stamford Bridge.
“Conte gives me that belief that when I go back to Chelsea, hopefully, he’ll give me the chance.”
Tammy Abraham opens up on Chelsea boss Antonio Conte
But Abraham seems to think he may be handed the opportunity to follow in the ex-England captain’s footsteps.
“Conte gives me that belief that when I go back to Chelsea, hopefully, he’ll give me the chance,” he continued.
“It’s very motivating for me to know you have that support and you have people who are aware of how well you are doing.
“It gives you confidence to go out there and give your 100 per cent.
“Wherever you go there is always going to be that competition. It’s about how you deal with it. When you give your best, you can’t ask for more.”
Abraham has bagged 13 goals in 26 appearances for Bristol City this term.
And he’ll be hoping to impress again when the Robins travel to face Wolves on Boxing Day.