Chelsea captain Gary Cahill has admitted that his best moment with the club came back in 2012 when he won the Champions League title.
Cahill is set to leave the West London side after seven years, after failing to impress new coach Maurizio Sarri.
He was given a warm send-off at Stamford Bridge on Sunday after the final whistle against Watford, which was also the last Premier League home match for the Blues.
Speaking after the match, Cahill further said he enjoyed moments in the Premier League, and will forever be grateful to the fans.
"The Champions League in Munich was an amazing night to be part of, to be in the team that enabled Chelsea to win it for the first time was amazing but a very close second for me was the first Premier League I won," he said as quoted by the Telegraph.
Cahill was signed from Bolton Wanderers in January 2012 for £7 million and formed a near-perfect partnership with his former England teammate and captain John Terry at the heart of the Blues' defence.
In his seven-year stay at the Bridge, Cahill won numerous titles including the Champions League, two League titles, one Europa League title, two FA Cup titles and the League Cup.
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