London, Dec. 8 : Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, whose contract runs out at the end of the 2011-12 football season, has shrugged off talk about his future at the club, and said that what’s important for him, is helping Chelsea to win games and qualify for the Champions League.
Speaking after Chelsea defeated Spanish club Valencia, the Ivorian Coast striker said: "My future is not important.
The most important thing is winning games and qualifying for the Champions League."
The Sun further quoted the 33-year-old star, as saying: "My aim is to score the goals. It was me today, along with Ramires, but other days it will be other people.
It was good to get the three points, qualification and finishing top of the group is a plus." (ANI)