Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has turned his attentions to winning the Champions League next season after clinching his first ever Premier League winners medal with the Blues on Sunday afternoon.
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After a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge, Fabregas and his team-mates were able to celebrate being crowned champions of England and like all competitors with a winning mentality the Spaniard is already eyeing more silverware with the West London outfit next year.
“The Premier League has always been a trophy that I wanted to get in my career. Hopefully it will be the first of many.” he told the club’s official TV channel (via Mirror Online).
“I hope the future holds many trophies, many Premier Leagues, Champions Leagues and hopefully we can start building a fantastic team that next year can fight for the Premier League and Champions League.” he added.
It was a very disappointing exit from Europe for the Blues this season as they were knocked out on the away goals rule by Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain. Despite playing the majority of the second leg at the Bridge with a man advantage, defender David Luiz came back to haunt his former side with the crucial goal in extra-time.
Europe’s elite competition remains the only club trophy that the ex-Arsenal and Barcelona playmaker is yet to win in his illustrious career which now includes league titles in both Spain and England.