The Portuguese coach has come under scrutiny due to the fact that The Blues are not in the race for the Premier League title, but Villas Boas is eager to fulfil the club’s objectives this term.
“We have two competitions where we look better, and another competition where we have to dilute the damage and try to finish fourth, at least, which is not a very honourable position for the dimension of this club,” he stated in a press conference, which is documented by The Telegraph.
“I think when we set up with this team, we believed that the team was ready for four trophies.
“We had a transfer window open when we didn’t do any market activity, apart from Gary [Cahill].
“So we are confident on playing still to reach the objectives that we have for this season with this team, and then eventually move on to what is next year.
“The reality is that in the last years there was a pattern of managers shifting. In the end, you have to agree that from 2004 Chelsea has been massively successful. It has been the best period of Chelsea’s history.
“And hopefully we can progress that within the three-year range with me here,” he commented.
Chelsea face Everton on Saturday and will look to close the gap on London rivals Tottenham in the position above them.
By Gareth McKnight
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