Chelsea players celebrated their Champions League triumph in an open top bus parade through West London.

John Terry led the chanting from top of the blue open-top bus and Didier Drogba blew kisses to the fans below, all of whom will pray the out-of-contract striker was not bidding them farewell.

It was Drogba's header which took Saturday night's Champions League final against Bayern Munich into extra time, his ninth goal in nine finals for Chelsea.

And it was Drogba's cool penalty in the shoot-out which clinched Chelsea their historic triumph.

"We've been working hard for this," the Ivory Coast striker told Sky Sports News.

"I've been working eight years but some of the other boys have been working longer than this, and some are a bit more lucky - they arrived in their first year and they win it.

"It's fantastic, fantastic. Football is amazing.

"It's fantastic to come back home and have this kind of reception."