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Diego Costa: What my targets are for next season


Chelsea striker Diego Costa says his objective for next season is to stay healthy and lift trophies at the end of the campaign.

The Spain international suffered a number of hamstring injuries last season but still managed to finish the season as Chelsea's top scorer in the Premier League with 20 goals.

He will again lead the Chelsea offensive department next season with new signing Falcao expected to be his backup after signing from Monaco.

"Our objectives haven't changed," Costa told The Sunday People.

"Chelsea are Premier League champions and this season we must try to repeat our success and fight to get to the final of the Champions League - that is a minimum for our supporters and ourselves.

"The only demand I am putting on myself for the new season is to have less problems with injury.

"The experience was not good during the past campaign.

"And while I never think about a target number of goals my challenge to myself is just to score, score, score. That will guarantee success and victory for Chelsea and that really is my objective."

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