Former Chelsea defender Ricardo Carvalho attended the Monday night’s clash against West Ham returning to the Stamford Bridge after playing for the Blues from 2004 to 2010.
The 38-year-old, who has been just released from French side Monaco, told Chelsea TV: “After the Euros I am taking my time to think about my career. I am so happy with what I did and the teams I played for, so you have to think about the right moment to finish and I am thinking about it,”
“Maybe in one week I will decide, I will take one more week, and of course I have to listen to my body. It’s a difficult one because I want to play, I want to train, but you have to be prepared.”
The recently crowned European Champion with Portugal won 3 Premier League titles with Chelsea during his great experience under Josè Mourinho, Avraham Grant, Felipe Scolari and Carlo Ancelotti.
“I left the club already six years ago, and they still remember me. I am so proud I played here for Chelsea. There are great memories I got from those years, and for my family too. They will always be special for me.”
About the home win, he ended: “I think it was a difficult one, the first one also, and it’s always important to win it, to start well and overall I think we deserved to win it,”
“We had more chances to score, they scored from a corner – in the Premier League small details like that make a big difference, and of course to win it you need a bit of luck and Diego had a little bit in the end, but more than that he believed he could win the game.”