Pedro Rodriguez is one of the few players who can look back and nod in satisfaction over what he has achieved, he has had a largely fulfilling career.
Since breaking into Pep Guardiola's Barcelona side in 2009/10 season, the Spaniard has gone on to win almost all competitions he has played in.
From the World Cup down to the Copa del Rey and even the oldest football competition; England's FA Cup.
He holds a unique record as the only player to win the Champions League, World Cup, Euros, Premier League and Europa League.
He won it all at club level in the seven seasons he played at Barcelona and in 2015, decided it was time to move in search of new challenges.
It landed him in England at Chelsea, where won the Premier League, the FA Cup as well as 2019's Europa League title.
He scored against Arsenal in the 4-1 win, which saw his name once again written in the history books as the only player to score in the Europa League final, the UEFA Champions League final (2011), and the UEFA Supercup Final (2009).
His list of unique records does not end there, he is also one of only seven players in football history to win the Treble twice in their careers.
Pedro's Trophy Cabinet
- La Liga 🏆 🏆 🏆 🏆 🏆
- Spain Super Cup 🏆🏆🏆🏆
- Copa del Rey 🏆🏆🏆
- Champions League 🏆🏆🏆
- UEFA Super Cup 🏆🏆🏆
- Club World Cup 🏆🏆
- Europa League 🏆
- Premier League 🏆
- FA Cup 🏆
- World Cup 🏆
- European Championship 🏆
Despite having clocked 31, the winger still seems capable of playing at the highest level for a couple of seasons, whether at Chelsea or somewhere else as he will be out of contract at the end of the season.
When all is said and done though, he will look back and smile at his achievements over the years.