The Chelsea forward helped himself to a brace as he and his team-mates steamrolled past the Swiss with a 6-1 victory at Walsall’s Banks’s Stadium on Saturday.
"It’s a great feeling to score goals, but not just score goals, to score for your country. That’s what I’m here to do and I’m just glad I could do that," the big striker told TheFA.com.
England 6-1 Switzerland
U18 International Match
5.30pm, Saturday 28 March 2015
Banks's Stadium, Walsall FC
"It’s obviously a good feeling. At the start of the season I set myself a 30 goal target, and luckily I’ve passed that with Chelsea.
"I just want to keep doing what I do best now – scoring."
Abraham is competing with the likes of club-mate Dominic Solanke and Newcastle United’s Adam Armstrong, who have both featured for their respective first-teams this season, for a starting berth with the Young Lions.
But despite the strong competition, Abraham says he just needs to ensure he takes whatever chances come his way.
"I don’t really feel pressure. I feel comfortable around the squad, I feel I deserve to be here the same as them. They score goals, I have been doing that. Seeing them take their chances makes me adjust my game and try to ensure I take mine whenever I get them."
With an FA Youth Cup Final on the horizon before the next international meet-up, the youngster is hoping to end the campaign with both silverware and another England cap for his collection.
"We just need to get a result and win The Youth Cup – that would really boost my confidence going into it the next meet-up," he added.
"I just have to keep scoring. That’s the aim of any striker. I’ll keep working hard to be picked again, and I’ll be doing my best to achieve."