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I think I work harder on the pitch, I cover more ground and my passing is more accurate.
I don’t think Wayne Rooney would be affected if you booed him, that’s just how he is, but others go under. They really suffer with it. I think I’m somewhere in the middle… now. I’ve become tougher as I’ve got older.
Of course it is going to be difficult for any player to get in the Chelsea side no matter who they are.
I’m really happy here. I think anyone who knows me well, and the fans too I hope, they know that I love the area, and the bond that I’ve had with the fans has been fantastic.
I have made lots of mistakes on and off the pitch, and you can only learn from them. If I can get that across, then hopefully I am doing something right.
For present buying, I go to Harrods because there are great personal shoppers, who point me in the right direction.
You remember the finals you lose as much as the ones you win.
I’m like everyone else: I want to play every game, but it’s not possible.
I can’t stress the importance of working hard enough, work on all aspects of your game. If you does that and you have the ability, you’ll come through.
I think as far as kids go, you just have to work hard. Work on your skills, keep focused.
Every season will have its dips and hard moments, and the challenge then is to make sure you don’t get too down in those moments and make sure you come back fighting.
If I ever have a son, I would call him Frankie, and it’s a family name – it’s my dad and my dad’s dad, so you know, it sticks. I won’t forget it.
To be honest, I was Mum’s boy. Always was, always will be.
I’ve enjoyed every minute of travelling and playing for my country. What an honour that is.
Reading and writing is so important, and it’s something I am really keen to promote. It’s something that can be a bit lost these days with so much else going on.
A lot of things happened when I left there, and to be fair they treated me really bad, and now I have to play against them so I don’t have any feelings for them at all.
Of course, there will be few people who are sympathetic but you don’t become a great team overnight, no matter how much money you have at your disposal.
I think about all my successes and failures, and sometimes the failures stick in your head as much as the wins. But you do move on.
I fancy our chances at the European Championships.
I have never seen a player as driven and determined as me, quietly determined; that’s why I always want to do the best.
I don’t know if we’d have been as dominant as we were last season. The new things, the new ideas the manager brought in everyone took them on board so well. He is special.
I like to go to America. That’s where I go for most of my holidays.
Scoring goals is the best feeling you can have. I always look up at the stand for my family straight afterwards; it means everything to me that they travel to every game.
I have a lot of good football talk with cabbies, but when you want to get somewhere in a hurry, it can be distracting. I always know they’re going to want to talk football if ‘Talksport’ is on the radio.
I’m happy here, and why change when you love the club and the club’s in a really good position right now.
I come from a football family which has really helped.
I didn’t want to be the rebel who was bottom of the class, so I worked hard. They wanted me to stay on for A-Levels, but football came calling – that was my real love.
I am certainly not the most talented player in the world; there’s many a more talented player than me.
Goals never come easy. No one gives you goals.
Everyone’s got unfinished business with Barcelona. They’re the greatest team in the world.