Didier Drogba has shrugged off his superb individual form for Chelsea this season. Drogba insists it is more important for the team to do well and he is confident his partnership with Nicolas Anelka will continue to pay dividends.
"I really feel good about the way the season is going for Chelsea. The key thing is we are playing with two strikers up front and I have a lot of support," he said.
"The way we pass the ball is really good, we have really improved and that is what has made the difference.
"I would like to beat my best-ever total for Chelsea of 33 goals but it's a target as long as we keep winning games, stay top of the league and win the title at the end of the season."