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1 Cesc Fabregas is determined for Chelsea to claim the Premier League crown as soon as possible having waited his whole career to taste title success in England.The Spaniard spent eight years at Arsenal before quitting for Barcelona in 2011 but had only the FA Cup to show from his lengthy spell in north London.Having opted to move to the Gunners’ rivals Chelsea last summer, Fabregas is finally set to claim the major trophy that has eluded him for so long, with the Blues needing just six points from their final six games to take the title.They can move ever closer to the prize by beating Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday, and Fabregas said ahead of the visit to his old stomping ground: “We just want to win it (the Premier League). The sooner, the better.“We want to give satisfaction to the supporters. It’s been five years for them without winning the Premier League title; for me it’s been 27 years so I’d love to win it as soon as possible.”The Blues are 10 points clear of Arsenal ahead of their trip across London.To have any chance of a Premier League win, the Gunners must beat Chelsea, who, with a win at the Emirates Stadium, would require just three more to be champions.That could happen as soon as the following Wednesday (April 29) at Leicester.Fabregas said: “It’s massive. We are level on games now, we are 10 points in front and we don’t want to give them hope to put pressure on us.“We have to put in a good performance because we know the Emirates is always a difficult place to go.”Last Saturday’s 1-0 victory over Manchester United saw Fabregas pushed further forwards to accommodate Kurt Zouma, who did a man-marking job on Marouane Fellaini, nullifying the threat of the Belgian.“If I played there normally I would struggle a bit more to deal with long balls and the physical aspect of the game,” Fabregas added.“We had to put someone on Fellaini, especially for the long balls, so yes our style changed. I thought Zouma did extremely well.“I think his future is as a centre-back but he can do the job very well in central midfield when it’s needed. He’s a top, top boy. He wants to learn, he wants to play.“That’s why Mourinho is who he is and has won what he has won. The plan worked very well.” Cesc Fabregas celebrates Chelsea’s victory over Manchester United with teammates