Chelsea star Didier Drogba is currently celebrating his fourth Premier League title success, but has admitted that it could be his last as he will make a decision on his future in the next few weeks, according to the London Evening Standard.
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The 37-year-old made a surprise return to the club last summer having enjoyed a highly successful first spell between 2004-12, but he has made a limited impact on the squad this term, prompting questions over whether he will be at Stamford Bridge for much longer.
When he has started, he has not looked the dominant force he once did, and after being asked about what his next plans are, he suggested that he will decide after enjoying the celebrations.
“This one is sweet. I am happy to be part of this, but Chelsea will always be bigger than me,” he said.
“What now? A good rest, a good celebration and I will see.”
Blues boss Jose Mourinho confirmed earlier in the week that he would seek out the Ivorian for talks, though he himself admits that the final say isn’t his to make.
“This is a club thing. This is a Mr Abramovich thing. Mr Abramovich wants him to do what he wants in the club, but it’s something Mr Abramovich has to tell him.
“He has to decide. But, obviously, he belongs to the history of this club.”