Cech eyes 10 more years at Chelsea

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech wants play on for another 10 years, the Daily Mail has revealed.

The Czech Republic international joined Chelsea from French side Rennes in 2004 but says he feels he could continue playing for another decade. That would take Cech to 39, and if he was to remain at Stamford Bridge for the duration, leave him with 16 years of service to the Blues.

Cech originally went on trial with Chelsea in 2003 while Claudio Ranieri was the manager, but by the time the transfer was completed Ranieri had been sacked and Jose Mourinho installed in his place. An injury to Carlo Cudicini allowed Cech to come into the first team, and since 2004 he has made more than 350 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea, as well as picking up 89 international caps.

This season Cech has made 38 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea, helping his side to the latter stages of the FA Cup and the Champions League. Chelsea also sit fifth in the Premier League table.

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