The Blues were held to a 1-1 draw by Southampton yesterday.
Chelsea captain John Terry has told his teammates that they need to adopt a “quiet arrogance” if they are to continue their charge to the Premier League title, report the Daily Star, with the former England star insisting that his side are the one that everyone else in the league wants to beat.
Terry also praised his teammates for their display at Southampton as they claimed a useful 1-1 draw against a side who have impressed this season, but he stressed the need for them to continue playing with an arrogance:
“We are top of the league and everyone wants to beat us or upset us.”
“It’s about putting a good run together now. We are playing some really good football and it’s important we maintain the way we’re playing and the mentality we are playing with as well: a kind of quiet arrogance.”
“We were a lot sharper in the second half.”
“We know we’re playing well but teams out there are making it tough for us.”