Cesc Fabregas made his 100th Champions League appearance when he played for the Blues against Roma in October, having featured in the competition for Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea.
Unfortunately, the Spaniard is yet to win the Champions League and spoke about what he believes it will take for him to add a winners’ medal to what is already a hugely impressive trophy haul.
He told the official Chelsea website: “I feel a certain pride, because it means that you’ve played for many years at the highest level and that you’ve stayed there, because in the end that’s the most difficult thing.
“Playing at big teams for so many years, especially being so young still, at 30 years of age, means that you have done very well, that you’ve been very consistent across many games and over many years.
“I feel the same about the Champions League, all I want now is to win it obviously, because I have already played in four semi-finals and one final.”
“It takes a lot of factors to win the trophy, a little bit of luck too. Let’s see what happens in the future.”