Chelsea defender Gary Cahill says he wants more silverware after signing a new four-year deal at the club.
The new deal will keep him at Stamford Bridge until the summer of 2019.
Cahill, 29, penned a new contract shortly before his 30th birthday meaning he won’t be faced with one-year rolling deals – such is the club’s policy – like other players who are over this age.
The England international joined Chelsea in 2012 from Bolton and has since won the Premier League, Champions League, Europa League and the FA Cup.
And Cahill is targeting more success with the Blues.
“I’m really pleased to commit my future to Chelsea and it’s great the club has put their faith in me,” he told the club’s official website.
“I have achieved a lot here and I hope I can keep on learning, helping the team and lifting trophies over the next four years.”