Didier Drogba can’t bear any more bad memories of failed finals as he prepares for another Wembley showdown.
The legendary striker opened the scoring in 2008’s League Cup final defeat to Tottenham Hotspur .
Chelsea go head-to-head with Spurs for the trophy again on Sunday at the home of football and Drogba is looking to hit double figures for the Blues in major finals.
Despite a glittering career, Drogba admits he still thinks about the losses as much as the victories when he looks back at his first spell at Stamford Bridge .
“When you lose, you always remember it forever, like the one against Manchester United in Moscow or against Tottenham in 2008.
“I have experienced the feeling of losing finals before, so I am scared to lose finals and maybe that is why I give everything.
“This one is important because after two years I come back to the club and once again we are in a final, so I would love to win it.
“There is no feeling of revenge after seven years – they deserved to win that day and I hope that Sunday is going to be different.”
Drogba’s last goal in a major final for the Blues came in 2012 as he clinched the club’s first Champions League crown in Munich.
Meanwhile, John Obi Mikel is the only absentee for the game at the home of English football as he continues his recovery from a knee problem.
Manager Jose Mourinho added: "In the last ten years Chelsea have won the League Cup twice, but we have been to Wembley many times.
"Chelsea are doing very well, especially with a new team and with people who haven't played dozens of matches at Wembley. We will try to make Wembley something that is normal for us, and try to go there year after year."