Drogba expects Terry stay
The Ivorian, making his first appearance in pre-season following an injury-hit 2008/09 campaign, helped his club open their World Football Challenge account by dominating former manager Jose Mourinho's side in front of 81,224 fans at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.
And as Terry played the full 90 minutes in California, despite Manchester City's concerted effort to sign him, Drogba said the England defender was going nowhere. "He's our captain and we need him. We know he's going to stay with us and win more trophies," Drogba told ESPN.
Of his side coming face to face with Mourinho, Drogba said: "It's always nice to see him, he was a big part of Chelsea's success and now we're moving on.
"We have a new manager now and we're all happy for him because he won his second game out of two, so it's all good. We're working hard, this is only the start and we want to be ready for the start of the season."
Goals from Drogba in the 11th minute and a Frank Lampard penalty just after half-time gave Chelsea the victory over the Italian champions.
The impressive nature of the Blues' performance more than the scoreline, however, will have delighted new manager Carlo Ancelotti, especially coming so soon into the former AC Milan coach's first pre-season campaign and against his former cross-city rivals.