Willian is desperate to help Chelsea win more trophies after he signed a new four-year contract on Tuesday evening.
The 27-year-old has scored 19 goals in 140 appearances for Chelsea since moving to Stamford Bridge from Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala for £32m in 2013.
Willian also picked up the player of the year award last season, the only bright point for Willian in a poor campaign as the side flopped badly and finished without any silverware or European qualification, ending up down in 10th position.
However, the Brazil international midfielder tasted success in 2014-15 as he won the Premier League and League Cup under Jose Mourinho.
And, having pledged his long-term future to the Londoners, Willian is looking for more success under incoming boss Antonio Conte.
“I’m very happy to sign a new contract with Chelsea. It’s a dream to continue with this club and over the next four years I will try to help the team win more trophies,” he told the club’s official website.
“It’s been an amazing time for me since I joined the club three years ago, I’ve won titles and last season I was named Chelsea Player of the Year.
“I hope to be able to stay at that level during the coming seasons and achieve more success.”
Punters can use their free bet to back Conte to bring the good times back to Chelsea in the 2016-17 season.