"I don't mind which but we have to win one," Drogba told the Chelsea magazine.
"Why can't we win both? Every time my fitness is good, I play well and I score goals. People like to say every time I come back to full fitness after injury, 'Oh this is the new Drogba'. But there's nothing new, I'm just scoring goals like I did before, I'm the same player.
"Dropping in and connecting midfield and attack like I do when I play with a strike partner is how I played with Marseille.
"And the way I played with Damien Duff and Arjen Robben in my first two seasons here - meeting crosses and attacking balls - is how it was with Guingamp.
"I love to receive the ball into feet to be given the chance to try to create something, to pass to my team-mates and it makes me more unpredictable because I can use my balance and my strength to help.
"My biggest strength and my biggest weakness is my confidence, I know that I can score goals so my confidence is always high. Even if I'm not playing my confidence is high, but then I think about what I could do if I was playing."