Today’s matchday programme cover is a collectors' edition, featuring Peter Osgood and celebrating the King of Stamford Bridge as we take on Southampton, where he also won the FA Cup.

Inside the programme there's a look back at Ossie's career through some of the best imagery from our photo archives, he's the focus of Secrets of the Dressing Room and his former team-mate Alan Birchenall tells us why he was a legend both on and off the field.

Elsewhere, Jorginho's route from Brazil to Stamford Bridge is covered In His Own Words. Getting to where he is today has been a hard-fought journey for the Blues No.5, who left his homeland at a young age to fulfil his footballing dream, and he talks us through it every step of the way.

On his manager's page, Frank Lampard wants the players and supporters to put a big effort in to get the Bridge rocking: 'As I said after the Bournemouth game here, the players have certainly got a responsibility to get the fans going, through their performances,' he writes. 'It is a joint effort, with the players showing urgency and the supporters coming with us, because there’s nowhere better to play when this place is really rocking. So it’s important we make a concerted effort to all go at it together this afternoon.'

On the captain page, Cesar Azpilicueta wants us to build on the Spurs win ahead of a busy run: 'We got a fantastic win at Tottenham on Sunday, it was a brilliant performance by everyone and a first clean sheet for a little while, but there is no time to relax at this time of year and we immediately turned our focus to this game and the next three points.'

There is history too with The Journey Home focusing on the famous Foreign XI game against Southampton 20 years ago to the day.

- This season’s matchday programme remains at £3.50 and is available in and around Stamford Bridge, the Megastore and online. Cashless payment is now available from certain sellers.

Peter Osgood also features in the video box set series available on The 5th Stand app