Didier Drogba has fired out a warning to Barclays Premier League defences by claiming he is improving with age.
Chelsea striker Drogba turns 33 in March but insists he has yet to reach his peak as a player because he was a latecomer to top-flight football.
He told his club's official magazine, Chelsea: "I think I'm getting better with age.
"I started very late at the highest level as I was 25 when I played one season for Marseille and then I came here.
"So I don't know if that's a good or bad thing, but I feel I'm improving every season.
"And, because I started late, I'm not tired or fed up with playing. I don't know when I'm going to stop because I love what I'm doing."