After lifting the Barclays Premier League trophy, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has urged his players to maintain their winning form for the next 10 years.
Chelsea ended their season with a 3-1 victory over Sunderland when Didier Drogba bade farewell, while Petr Cech may have played his final game after 11 years at Stamford Bridge.
Mourinho said that the difference between the champion and ‘the champions’ was that the latter win on a regular basis while the former does not, the Mirror reported.
He insisted that it would be fantastic if Chelsea, who had been the champions in 2005, can repeat the performance of 2015 in 2025 as well.
Mourinho, who gave his medal to his daughter, also held up eight fingers to the crowd at the end of the game – one for every championship he’s won in four different countries.