Ivorian also reveals Chelsea are targeting 120 goals next season...Chelsea and Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba is hoping to become the top scorer in the 2010 World Cup and consequently win the Golden Boot.
The Ivorian skipper believes his country have a chance of going far in the showpiece event in South Africa, but is also targeting personal accolades alongside landmark accomplishments for the African nation.
Speaking to Match of the Day magazine, Drogba said: "I really hope so. If we can get through the group stages, I think we have a very strong chance. It’s important that we do well as a nation, but if I can win the World Cup Golden Boot as well, then it would be amazing."
Meanwhile, at club level, Chelsea became the first club in the history of the Premier League to break the 100-goal barrier, as they scored 103 times en route to winning the league title.
Now the 32-year-old believes that his side can raise the bar even higher, and insists that the Blues will be targeting the 120-goal mark next term.
"When we’re on form, we can easily score six or seven," he said. "Our rivals have one main striker, but we score from all over the pitch – Frank Lampard scores as many as a striker. Next year we’ll go for 120 goals."
The Stamford Bridge outfit were unable to win the title until the last day of the season, when they demolished Wigan Athletic 8-0 to be crowned as champions of England.
Drogba insists that the celebratory mood flowed into the dressing room, where defender Ashley Cole could not stop himself from dancing to the tunes of victory.
"Ashley Cole didn’t stop dancing in the dressing room – he thinks he can dance like Michael Jackson," he said. "Ash is a pretty good dancer and I think he was just excited because he scored."
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