Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has backed his side to win all four competitions the club are currently involved in, Express reports.
The Czech Republic international believes the Blues have what it takes to complete an unprecedented Quadruple and become one of the greatest teams of all time.
Although the team are now unable to replicate Arsenal’s ‘Invicibles’, they are still in the running to make a clean sweep and bring home all four trophies.
“We want to win every game and then you see what you win,” Cech said.
“You cannot say, ‘We leave this competition, we chase this competition’, because in that competition you pick you have one unlucky game and you have nothing.
“We have progressed in the Champions League, which was our aim, we’ve progressed in the League Cup, we are top of the league, so far we are doing well.”
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho arrived at Stamford Bridge in 2004 and led them to several years of dominance, building a incredible side that Cech hopes can be recreated in Mourinho’s second stint with the Blues.
“You can only judge teams at the end of the season,” he said. “At this moment we have been doing remarkably well but we have no trophy in our hands.
“This team has the potential and the quality to become one of the best teams in the Chelsea history if it proves by winning the trophies.
“Can we win all four? We want to win as many games as possible, as many competitions as possible, but it is difficult to know how many of them you can actually manage to win.”