Chelsea star reveals his Champions League ambitions
- Author: Julie Sanders May 25, 2017,
May 25, 2017, 9:05
Guy Mowbray: "With tickets for Chelsea supporters reportedly being sold for nearly £1,800, it's clear that Blues supporters believe that this is the day". After the Arsenal game [in September] when we lost 3-0 we were in a bad moment again, but we bounced back.
"Obviously next year there is a new goal with the Champions League coming for us", he added. "Chelsea's doesn't need making". "We've picked up", Pulis told wba.co.uk. "I think he's been a genius". It's a great squad of players they've got there. They deserve to be where they are. Then some of them will play Europa League, Champions League.
"We'll give it our best". Sometimes we play well, but concede a goal and then it's hard to get back in the game.
"We work for [the fans]". We have also another target to try to reach. We have to improve in the next season, to find the right solution to improve.
Chelsea win the title with two games to spare, meaning it is party time at the Stamford Bridge on Monday and then next Sunday, before the quest to win the Double at Wembley at the end of the month.
6 " midfielder Cesc Fabregas now has an unmatched six seasons with at least 10 Premier League assists.
N’golo Kante is the first player since Eric Cantona to win successive championships with different clubs in the English top-flight football
MarchGrinding out hard-fought 2-1 wins at both West Ham and Stoke showed Chelsea were not taking their eyes off the prize as they approached the final furlong. Tottenham are the only team in the Premier League to challenge Chelsea this season as they have wrapped up second place this season, and have finally defeated the curse of finishing below Arsenal.
Sugar relinquished control of the club in 2001 after taking over in 1991 and feels the offer of Champions League and potential title glory is enough to keep the likes of Dele Alli and Harry Kane at the club.
114 " tackles by N'Golo Kante, the second highest in the Premier League behind Everton's Idrissa Gueye on 134.
EDEN HAZARD The Belgium playmaker sparkled as Jose Mourinho's Chelsea won the 2015 title, but underperformed last season as the Blues finished 10th. He has scored in three of his five league appearances against West Brom.
Antonio Conte insists he will be in charge of Chelsea next season and has already set his sights on more silverware.
Conte refused to discuss reports of a disagreement with Costa in public, attributing the striker's absence from the Premier League trip to Leicester to a back injury.