Armando Broja has his eyes fixed on eclipsing Didier Drogba at Chelsea, he is currently on a loan at Vitesse and is making a name for himself.
Chelsea youngster has set his sights on surpassing Didier Drogba’s illustrious achievements.
Coming on as a substitute in a 4-0 victory over Everton last year, the 19-year-old made his Chelsea debut.
With Drogba being the guy he wishes to surpass he hopes it will be the start of a memorable career at Stamford Bridge.
“Nine goals and two assists are good but I am never satisfied,” the Albania international told Goal. “I want to get more goals and assists to keep tallying them up.”
“I have played over 1,000 minutes and I have 11 goal contributions. It is not bad but I want more goals and assists. I want to do more.”
He said: “I was like: ‘Wow! That’s Frank Lampard, Drogba or John Terry right in front of me’ when I would see them around.”
“I loved to take pictures with them because I wanted to be them. I wanted to be in their shoes at the top level.”
“Now I am approaching the age they were when they were playing, I want to try and surpass Drogba. It might not be easy, but that’s my mentality and how I am feeling.”