Update: 2012 Champions League Final Tickets

Roberto Di Matteo, Chelsea FC

Update: 2012 Champions League Final

And Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo has promised billionaire owner, Roman Abramovich, that his Champions League dreams will come through.

Ahead of tomorrow's 2012 Champions League Final clash,  new manager Roberto Di Matteo has high hopes for Chelsea FC in what could be his last game in charge. Di Matteo has done extremely well during his 10-week employment as caretaker. Chelsea arrived in Munich after being reminded that this chance must not be lost.

"We can win it," said Di Matteo. "We have to believe and have the confidence to do so. "I don't know how somebody else feels. I can only guess he (Abramovich) is excited. "Sooner or later it will come.

"We hope it's tomorrow. But with the quality that's been at this club before and will certainly come into this club again, it will happen."

"To reach a Champions League final is very, very difficult," said Di Matteo.

"People talk about the older players in our side and, for some of our older players, it might be more difficult to be in another final or win it. But even the younger players do not know when or if they'll have the chance again to be in a final like this. Sometimes you think: 'Ah yes, it'll happen again.' But it's not that easy. Maybe some of our experienced players thought that four years ago and it ended up proving quite a difficult road to reach a final again. It's a massive game for the club, a game that can decide the history of our football club. It would be the first time we would have won the European Cup and you'd join an elite of clubs who have won it before. That's all that matters and what we're focusing on.

"But we have to go into it in the belief we have the quality and the experience to succeed. Personally I'd be absolutely delighted to win the Champions League trophy for this club – I'm a club person and feel very responsible – and very happy for the players. We've worked so hard to get to this point and we've tried so many times over the years to reach this goal.

"I'm not thinking about myself. I'm very relaxed about my own future. I have a big drive and a big motivation to do something extraordinary for this club. That's all I want to do. Whatever comes afterwards … well, there's always a reason why things happen."

Di Matteo's contract expires on 30 June and he intends to "go on holiday" after Munich, regardless of the result. His tone of late has been that of a man who does not expect to be retained in a managerial capacity. Salomon Kalou and Drogba are also out of contract and a decision is to be announced formally on the latter's future next week.

"The club will sit down with the player and they will decide what the best outcome is," said Di Matteo, who added that any verdict would not be down to "a question of age".

Regardless, this is a chance to go out on the ultimate high. "In life you never know what's round the corner," said the Italian.

"The way things have happened for me this season has been unexpected but you have to be ready when opportunities arrive. I've just tried my best to guide these players and this team to this final. I will continue to do my best until the last minute we play."

Chelsea v Bayern Munich Tickets CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL 2012 19 May 2012 20:45 Allianz Arena Munich, Germany