Super Eagles captain John Obi Mikel has spoken about his ambition at his new Chinese Super League outfit Tianjin Teda.
The Nigerian international last week completed a move to Chinese Super League side Tianjin TEDA following 10-and-a-half years spell at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea in which time he won every major club honour.READ MORE: FIFA Awards: Mikel, Rohr differ on Ronaldo
Speaking to theclub's website, the former Lyn Oslo man said: "Before in Chelsea, are teammates can not wait to see me, and now finally It 's my turn to wait to see my teammates.
"Everyone has a good goal, but individual goals should be under the team goal, the team's interests above all else." READ MORE: Chelsea fan bring Mikel to tears with emotional letter
Signed in the summer of 2006 by Jose Mourinho, the 19-year-old Mikel moved to west London from Norwegian club Lyn Oslo as a talented, raw, powerfully-built attacking midfielder, the Nigerian super star went on to make 372 appearances for the club - the 17th-highest figure of anyone in our history - and won 10 major honours.
Mikel's Chelsea honoursREAD MORE: Chelsea captain Terry gutted by Mikel's exit, Lampard reacts
Premier League: 2009–10, 2014–15
FA Cup: 2006–07, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2011–12
League Cup: 2006–07, 2014-15
FA Community Shield: 2009
UEFA Champions League: 2011–12
UEFA Europa League: 2012–13