Women's FA Cup: Chelsea Ladies eye treble - Drew Spence

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Chelsea Ladies lift the Women's FA Cup at Wembley

Chelsea Ladies are focused on winning the domestic treble before turning their attention to the Champions League, says midfielder Drew Spence.

The Blues beat Notts County 1-0 in Saturday's Women's FA Cup final to win their first ever piece of silverware.

Chelsea are third in the Women's Super League One table, a point adrift of the summit, and have got off to a winning start in the Continental Cup.

"That is what we are going for, every single trophy," Spence told BBC Sport.

"After that we have a Champions League to come at the end of the season."

Chelsea Ladies celebrate their Women's FA Cup final win
Ji So-Yun scored the only goal of the game as Chelsea overcame Notts County in the first Women's FA Cup final hosted at Wembley Stadium

While Chelsea missed out on the league title on the last day of the 2014 season, their second-place finish was enough to earn a place in Europe's top club competition.

Chelsea and last year's WSL 1 champions Liverpool are two of 22 sides that are given byes into the the round of 32, which starts in October.

Forward Gemma Davison said Chelsea will quickly refocus after their milestone win in front of a record-breaking Women's FA Cup final crowd at Wembley.

"This is Chelsea Football club, we don't stop here," said Davison.

"We want to win the Continental Cup, we want to win the league and then stake our claim in the Champions League."

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