Eidur after Bridge stay
By Tom Adams
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Eidur Gudjohnsen has hinted that he may see out his career at Stamford Bridge.Eidur Gudjohnsen has hinted that he may see out his career at Stamford Bridge.
The Icelandic international is currently in his fifth year with the Premiership leaders, and is one of the few players to have survived the Roman Abramovich revolution at Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho has frequently plumped for the 26-year-old ahead of £23 million signing Didier Drogba, and as a result Gudjohnsen feels better than ever about his place in the side.
Despite not registering double figures in the league goal scoring charts this term, Gudjohnsen is happy with his overall contribution and, more importantly, the team's form.
The striker cannot wait to make history by claiming the Premiership trophy for The Blues, and suggested that he would like to stay with the side for life.
"I won't leave Chelsea until I win silverware, if I ever leave that is," said Gudjohnsen.
"This is the happiest I have been at the club. I am enjoying it for as long as possible and I hope it lasts for a very long time.
"I don't mind if I'm not the team's top scorer just as long as Chelsea win trophies.
"I want to be in the first Chelsea team that wins the first championship for 50 years."