The Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is just three goals short of his first 100 goals for the club, and is determined to score many more and go down as one of Chelsea’s greats in the history books.
“I knew that I was already part of the history of Chelsea when we won the league for the first time in 2005 and then defended it a year later,” said Drogba.
“We all became part of the history of the club then, but to be able to score 100 goals for Chelsea is a big achievement – I’ve never done that with my other teams.
“That shows how settled I am here and now I want to go on and break all the records I can.
“I’m a striker and, for me, it is really important to get goals and to try and make history at this club.
“But when we’re on the pitch we don’t think about needing five goals to be on 100 or anything like that – you can’t let it distract you from playing your game for the team.”
You will easily beat 100 Didier, but you need another 35 to catch up with Frankie!