Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has challenged the club's players to repeat their Champions League success.
The Blues were crowned champions of Europe for the first time in their history on Saturday evening, following the 4-3 penalty shootout victory over Bayern Munich.
After the match Abramovich, along with Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck, entered the dressing room and spoke to his players.
"Roman told them that there is still plenty more to aim for," Buck told The Sun.
"There's a lot of clubs with three or four of those stars on their club badge. We have only one. Roman gave a thank you speech, the message was that it was all down to the boys."
Buck also revealed that the club will have a full-time manager in place before they begin their pre-season tour of America.