Veteran striker Didier Drogba has dropped a huge hint that this season could be his last in football.
The Chelsea legend, 36, returned to the club on a one-year deal this summer after leaving Turkish club Galatasaray, where he had was last season after a spell in China.
One of the greatest players in Chelsea history, the Ivorian has scored 160 goals for the club; only Frank Lampard, Bobby Tabling and Kerry Dixon have more.
Drogba, who has three goals so far this season, has won 10 major trophies in eight seasons at Stamford Bridge said the main aim this season was to win more silverware.
"This year, the key for me is to enjoy my football and to be with my team-mates and to win trophies," he told Chelsea TV.
"There is one more year to go so let’s do it, let’s win more trophies, let’s make history again.
"This relationship between me and the fans goes both ways, the way they show their support and the way they love me. If there is some way I love them even more because of all we achieved together, all the history.
"I have always said my first eight years here were the best years of my career. I know they enjoyed it because I did. I’m far from all the players who made history here but I’m also next to them."
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