Selecting a list of the greatest goals in a club's history or even a specific era always fills one with a sense of responsibility. The weight of expectation sits heavily as you debate with your inner demons as to what makes a great goal.
Is it a pile-driver, a team move, solo effort or one that holds special significance even? In truth, it's all these things and more.
The 1990s was a period of great change for Chelsea. As the Premier League brought with it new riches for the English game, the arrival of Glenn Hoddle as Chelsea manager in 1993 had a similar impact at Stamford Bridge. His appointment brought with it a turning point in the club's modern history as fans saw the likes of Ruud Gullit step out before them in the Chelsea colours.
It was a time when they dared to dream of the glory days returning to the King's Road after being absent for 20 years, and in time, they would.
These 10 goals—listed in chronological order rather than rank—may irk some diehard Blues, but for personal reasons or whatever, they rank among Chelsea's best from a fine decade.