The striker scored twice against Valencia in midweek to secure the place, west London in the last 16 Champions League and hope for a positive active form.
He told the London Evening Standard: "Mr. Villas-Boas are trying to build something strong, like the other managers have done before, he bought some new players and we should like application.
"I would say the older players who have been here for some time, we must adapt to each other, learn how to play together and win together.
"There are still a few things we need to improve.
"To win the Champions League, you must be a really strong team and be lucky as well but we have to create and make our own luck.
"If we keep going the way we did against Valencia, then why not it is good to be part of this new campaign.
"The match with Valencia only my second in the competition this year so it is a part of it, I like the competition."
Drogba had to fight Fernando Torres for a role before the season start and run the last goal of the Ivory Coast could see his numbers fell against league leaders Manchester City on Monday night.