Ivorian wants to win more trophies with the Blues.
The Ivory Coast international scored the only goal in Chelsea’s 1-0 FA Cup final victory over Portsmouth on Saturday, helping the Blues to win the Double for the first time in club history.
Drogba is irritated that he is rumored to be leaving Stamford Bridge, maintaining that he wants to win more trophies with Chelsea.
"I don't know why people talk about me leaving Chelsea this summer," Drogba told The Sun.
“It's just not true. I am so happy here.
"I am at a great club and we have achieved so many things together. And there's still a lot we want to achieve together.
"We're on the right way again, winning again and I hope we will be for a long time to come."
Drogba’s FA Cup winner comes less than a week after his hat-trick against Wigan Athletic gave the Ivorian the Premier League Golden Boot.
The 32-year-old striker’s 29 league goals was three more than Manchester United hitman Wayne Rooney, and Drogba hailed his season as the finest of his career.
"This is my best-ever season and I am enjoying myself. To be a champion again feels very, very good.
"I'm really happy we won the Double. That's big and I'm happy to be part of it.
"We're the first side to do that with Chelsea. That's unbelievable.
"Because this team is so good, I had the chance to win the Golden Boot. That was important to me."
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