Eden Hazard admits it is 'important' for him to end his debut season in English football with a winners' medal.
The Belgian playmaker opted to complete a move to Chelsea last summer, snubbing advances from various other top clubs in the process.
He felt linking up with a side that had recently been crowned champions of Europe would be the best career move, but it has been a rough ride for him at Stamford Bridge.
There is, however, every chance that he could end the campaign as an FA Cup and Europa League winner - and there is a determination on his part to ensure that Chelsea land at least one of those prizes.
Hazard said: "I am playing all the time, which is what I wanted. We will see if I win trophies - that is important."
David Luiz is also hoping to get his hands on silverware this season, with the Brazilian defender fired up for an FA Cup quarter-final replay with Manchester United on Monday.
He said: "All the games are important to us - you know that at Chelsea. We won the FA Cup last season so the United game is important.
"We have an opportunity on Monday. When you do well on the pitch against them, it gives you a lot of confidence."