With a controlled 2:1 win over West Ham at London stadium, which put Chelsea in the lead by 10 points with 11 games left, the team continues in its relentless march towards the Premier League title.
The Blues manager, Antonio Conte, told his players to “keep their feet on the ground” after they beat the West Ham 2-1 on Monday to take another big step towards the Premier League title.
Supporters sang “We are going to win the league” at London stadium but Conte said: “We must think we have to take 26 points. We go step by step.”
Despite his side recording their 21st league win of the season, Conte said he was disappointed with them conceding against West Ham late in the game.
“To give away a clean sheet at the end is not good,” he said.
Meanwhile, West Ham manager, Slaven Bilic does not expect their London rivals to slip up in the run-in.
“They look serious. For me, they are not going to lose that. I can’t see them being casual,” Bilic said.