Chelsea came from behind to beat Cardiff on Sunday to ensure their Premier League campaign ended on a high.
Second-half goals by Andre Schurrle and Fernando Torres helped the Blues to a 2-1 victory over the relegated Bluebirds.
Jose Mourinho's men had trailed when Craig Bellamy's shot was deflected in off Cesar Azpilicueta to leave Mark Schwarzer stranded.
However, the visitors hit back on 72 minutes when Schurrle pounced to score the rebound after David Marshall denied Azpilicueta.
Chelsea completed the comeback when Torres netted his 11th goal of the campaign from close range to ensure the Blues returned back down the M4 with maximum points.
Mourinho doesn't fear the bullet from owner Roman Abramovich after finishing third in the table without any silverware.
However, the Special One plans to hit the ground running next season to ensure Chelsea are serious title contenders.