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‘I didn’t come to Chelsea to dine out in London or visit the tourist sites. I’m here to win’: Thiago Silva insists he’s as hungry for trophies as ever at the age of 36 as he looks to get over gaffe on debut with victory against Tottenham
Thiago Silva’s error on his debut lead to West Bromwich Albion going 2-0 up
The 36 year-old is hungry for trophies and insists Chelsea will be in contention
Brazilian star has hinted he could be interested in extending his contract
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Chelsea defender Thiago Silva has insisted he is not in London to take in the sights after an error on his debut cost Chelsea in their 3-3 draw with West Bromwich Albion.

The Brazilian star’s uncharacteristic mistake allowed Callum Robinson to race through and make it 2-0 to the Baggies – before Chelsea fought back to draw 3-3 – but Thiago has said he remains as committed to seeking glory as ever at the age of 36.

During his illustrious career Silva has won a plethora of silverware including titles in Italy and France, and despite his a bulging trophy cabinet he is still hungry for more.

‘I’m not here just to go through the motions, or just for the experience, I’m here to win.

‘I want everyone to be very clear about that: I’m going to give my all to make sure that Chelsea win.


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