Drogba said he might not celebrate should he score against the club where he was a star for eight years, but Cahill would not be concerned even if the Ivorian chose to do so.
"First of all Didier is someone I admire as a guy, he has a lot of respect at this football club and rightly so.
"Emotionally it is going to be strange for him I would have thought. I am sure he is in two minds about celebrations with the feeling he has for the club and the respect the fans have for him.
"Personally if he celebrates a goal it wouldn't offend me, to score in a Champions League game is a great thing, but hopefully he doesn't score.
"We are focusing not just on one individual player but on them as a team and on trying to get a good result."
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