Chelsea head coach Carlo Ancelotti is confident that he has brought a new identity to his side during his first few months in charge at Stamford Bridge.
Under previous managers Blues owner Roman Abramovich had voiced his concern over a lack of identity, a problem which Ancelotti believes that he is close to rectifying.
The Italian commented:"I think that Chelsea have shown a new play in the last year and shown personality and identity.
"Sometimes we can play well, sometimes we don't play such a good match. But every game Chelsea play with personality, with a particular system of play and, also, with a good identity.
"With Roman, I haven't spoken about this question. He will have his idea on his team.
"I never think that if I don't win games Roman will remove me. My aim is to do the best for this club, as I have done for other clubs."