Chelsea targeting Champions League glory next season, reveals Blues ace

first_img Gary Cahill celebrates Chelsea’s title triumph 1 Chelsea are turning their attention to Champions League glory next season after ending their wait for a Premier League title.The Blues became champions of England for the first time in five years by beating Crystal Palace on Sunday.But Jose Mourinho’s men, who also landed the Capital One Cup this year, are not content with domestic glory, with Gary Cahill revealing European domination is the club’s next aim.Chelsea crashed out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage this season and Cahill said: “We want to make winning the Champions League more of a goal next season. We’d love to win it.“We wanted to go as far as we can this season, but the league was vitally important for us too“A lot of the lads were talking at the start saying it was a long time since we’d won it (the Premier League). We got a sense that it was the most important trophy to win in a way.“We were disappointed to go out of the Champions League the way we did, even though we were unbeaten in the competition.“It was a mad twist and that’s what can happen at that level. But the aim is to do better in the competition next season and of course the squad is capable of doing that.”On finally adding the domestic title to his list of honours, which includes the FA Cup, Europa League and the Capital One Cup, Cahill added: “I have completed the set of medals but it’s a fantastic achievement for the club. I have been here for three and a half years and managed to do it in such a short time, which is amazing.“At the start of the season I wanted the title so badly, like the rest of the squad. I think everyone could tell that was the case during the campaign. To finally do it is fantastic.”last_img