Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has been ever-present for Chelsea in the Premier League this season and he is set to make his 100th appearance for Chelsea if selected against Manchester City tonight.
Courtois, who made his Chelsea debut away at Burnley in the 2014/15 season, admitted he is proud of the achievement.
“I would have maybe expected to reach 100 games a bit earlier but obviously last season I missed almost three months, and around 20 matches, so I probably would have got there sooner without injury,” Courtois told Chelsea official website.
“But I’m really proud to reach that milestone for a great club like Chelsea and I hope to achieve many more.
“When I came back here the goal was to win trophies with a very competitive team, so to achieve that in my first season was fantastic.
“Obviously last season wasn’t a great one because I was injured and the team had some disappointing results. It wasn’t a nice experience but to fight back this season and be top of the league, as well as in the semi-final of the FA Cup, is really good. I’m happy with how my time here has gone and I hope to add more silverware in the future.”