Drogba, who arrived in a £24million deal from Marseille in 2004, chalked up his ton last month at Wigan and the striker has added a couple since.
The 31-year-old Ivory Coast international is under contract until 2012 after signing a new three-year deal in the summer and with eight goals in 11 starts this season he is on course to join the 200 club.
On target: Hot-shot Drogba wants to join the 200 club
He told the Evening Standrad: 'I will go on scoring goals for sure and by the grace of God I want to achieve 200 goals for Chelsea. If I'm in good health and don't have any injuries I believe I can do it.
'I want to do it with some trophies around me and around us, the Champions League especially and the Premier League as well. It's important for me, for my friends and the club.
'I believe I have been helped by starting my career so late,' added Drogba, who signed his first professional contract at 21. 'I feel young in my body even though I'm 31 and I want to run. I'm not tired.
'That's why I say I will do everything to score 200 goals for Chelsea.'
Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce: My swine flu fears for Chelsea squadChelsea skipper John Terry: We're over our Stamford Bridge bluesBeat ban and Aguero is yours for £50m, cash-strapped Atletico tell ChelseaWhy Napoli's Marek Hamsik may be a Chelsea transfer ban busterChelsea 5 Blackburn 0: 'Genius' Cole is happy to be Chelsea's diamond geezerCHELSEA FC