London – Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, have no plans to retire. This season is called Drogba will not be his last season.
By the age of 37 years has been stepped on, Drogba is believed to already be at the end of his career. When he returned to Chelsea last summer, he just handed a one-year contract.
That means Drogba at Stamford Bridge contract expires at the end of this season. However, the Ivory Coast striker was not going to retire after this season is over.
“Yes, I’ve decided (about the future) and this will not be my last season,” said Drogba told the Evening Standard as quoted by ESPN FC.
At this moment Chelsea, Drogba is not the primary choice of Jose Mourinho. The match against Queens Park Rangers at the weekend is the fourth time Drogba appeared as a starter in the Premier League this season.
Drogba is still going to be a mainstay on the front lines of the Blues in the next few games after injuring Diego Costa and Loic Remy. Chelsea had awaited Manchester United and Arsenal in the next two weeks.
“It’s hard when you do not play and then have to play games like this. But I always try to give our best,” said Drogba.
“I try to give the best of my physical capacity against QPR, so if the manager took me to against United and Arsenal, I am ready,” he asserted.