Didier Drogba has admitted he may quit Chelsea in the future.
The Premiership’s leading scorer last season has revealed he would love a new challenge in another country.
The 29-year-old told The Daily Express: “I am still at Chelsea. I have signed a new contract but I was very successful in France and now I am successful in England.
“I love challenges and maybe I will look for a new challenge somewhere else in another country.”
Drogba admits to having mixed feelings about Chelsea’s campaign.
“Personally, it has been a great season for me,” he added.
“I had more than a month off after the World Cup and I was finally able to rest properly. I needed it. I’ve reached my objectives such as finishing as top goalscorer and winning the respect of the Premiership.
“But it has been a frustrating season, full of disappointments. The Premiership, the Champions League – losing in those competitions hurt us a lot.
“The FA Cup is very special. In relation to the season we are having, it’s really important for us to win it,” he added.