Blues stopper hungry for more success.
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has said that he is confident the club can enjoy success on four fronts this season by making a clean sweep for every trophy they are competing for, The Sun reports.
The Belgian international is confident of seeing off Liverpool in the second leg of the Capital One Cup semi-final to seal their way to Wembley later in the year.
Chelsea also face Bradford in the fourth round of the FA Cup, PSG in the Champions League and are still being tipped to trump defending champions Manchester City to the Premier League title.
And Courtois is hoping that he can end his first season in the Blues first team with a quadruple sweep of silverware.
“If you play a final and win it, you get that feeling to win trophies and you want to win more — and more — and more,” he said.
“That feeling is in the whole group now, especially after what happened last season when they didn’t win anything and were close to some trophies.
“You want to win everything that’s possible, starting with the League Cup.
“Obviously, it would be great [to get to the final].
“Myself, Costa, Filipe, Fabregas and the rest of the team want to win trophies for Chelsea. That starts in the League Cup to the last game in the Champions League. We want to win everything.
“We are playing well. We have passed through all competitions. Now we are in the semi-final of the Capital One Cup, are top of the league, there is an important game in the FA Cup on Saturday which we have to win and soon we will be playing PSG in the Champions League.
“It will be hard but we have the team that can win everything.
“Obviously there are a lot of teams that can win, too. It will be hard, but it’s what we’re aiming for.”