Chelsea legend Didier Drogba says the side 'own' Wembley after their latest win at England' national stadium.
Drogba posted a photo on his Instagram page along with fellow veterans John Terry and Petr Cech, writing:
10 finals with @chelseafc 8 trophies #andWeWontStop#cfc #blueIsTheColour #WeOwnWembley
Drogba has an envious record of scoring in and winning four FA Cup finals, an English football record, although the 36-year-old had to make do with a cameo role in the Capital One Cup win over Tottenham on Sunday.
The Ivorian was a 93rd minute substitute for Diego Costa, Chelsea's top scorer who added to his season tally by netting the second in the win.
His manager Jose Mourinho has now won six major trophies for Chelsea, less than Drogba's eight during his time playing for the club, and both will hope this is the start of several more. There could even be more to come this season, with Chelsea five points clear at the top of the Premier League with a game in hand, and still in the Champions League.
Drogba played in four League Cup games in the lead up to the final, scoring once.