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Didier Drogba has set his heart on clocking up a hundred goals in Chelsea colours as Carlo Ancelotti's side sit pretty at the top of the Premier League.

A comfortable 3-0 rout of Burnley on Saturday extended Chelsea's winning run in the league to four successive games and in the process took them above Tottenham on goal difference.

Drogba,spacer.gif who has already hit three goals so far this season, was at the hub of much of his side's attacking threat at Stamford Bridge and was unfortunate not to extend his Chelsea career tally of 97.

The Ivory Coastspacer.gif international is determined to reach 100 goals after ending speculation about his future by signing a new contract extension in the summer.

"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."

Source: Skysports.com

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Drogba: Has started season in fine form

Didier Drogba has set his heart on clocking up a hundred goals in Chelsea colours as Carlo Ancelotti's side sit pretty at the top of the Premier League.

A comfortable 3-0 rout of Burnley on Saturday extended Chelsea's winning run in the league to four successive games and in the process took them above Tottenham on goal difference.

Drogba who has already hit three goals so far this season, was at the hub of much of his side's attacking threat at Stamford Bridge and was unfortunate not to extend his Chelsea career tally of 97.

The Ivory Coast international is determined to reach 100 goals after ending speculation about his future by signing a new contract extension in the summer.

"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."

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I'd love to share your optimism, but from what I've seen, I don't quite think Borini can replace the one and only Didier Drogba...

I dont think their will be another player who holds up the ball and wins flick ons like drogba ever again. Borini will be a different player for us and we should just adapt our game.

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