Saturday lunchtime sees the potential Premier League title decider at Stamford Bridge as defending champions and current leaders Manchester United in London to take on Avram Grant's second-placed Chelsea side.
He told The Sun, "We need to play like champions.
"There is no more to say. I want the game to come quickly and to be on the pitch.
"I enjoy these kind of games."
Drogba was absent from Chelsea's damaging home draw with Wigan 11 days because of a knee injury, but typically believes that The Blues would now be closer to Sir Alex Ferguson's team on points if he had played against the Latics.
Drogba added: "I had to leave my friends when I wanted to help them against Wigan.
"Maybe the League would now be a different story but we're still on for it.
"My knee is improving. It was good for me to rest for a few days because it wasn't getting better."