The Spain international played a starring role under Jose Mourinho as the Blues consolidated top spot with three games remaining.Fabregas scored three goals and assisted a further 17 in 32 matches following his move from Barcelona for a fee of around £30million last summer.
The playmaker previously spent eight years at Arsenal, but was unable to get his hands on a winner’s medal despite joining the club in the year of the famous ‘Invincibles’.And Fabregas revealed that he has realised a dream by winning the league, explaining: “I’m very proud and very happy. It’s a fantastic feeling to win the Premier League.
Cesc Fabregas has revealed his delight at winning the title with Chelsea
“It’s also a relief. I have been waiting for it for a long time. I have been in this league for many years now and to win this trophy means a lot.”To do it at home is very important as well. I think we are all proud and we cannot wait for next season.”
I have been waiting for it for a long time. I have been in this league for many years now and to win this trophy means a lot