Thibaut Courtois has warned his club Chelsea of complacency, insisting that there is still a long way to go before sealing the Premier League title, Daily Mail reports.
The Blues number one is adamant that despite their rivals trailing well behind in the title race, it will still be difficult to become champions by the end of the season.
Jose Mourinho’s men are four points above second placed Southampton and eight above Manchester City, as well as remaining unbeaten in the campaign.
This has pundits believing that Chelsea are set for the title, however Courtois feels that it is still too early to call themselves champions with only 11 league fixtures played so far.
“We don’t have the title in the bag,” he said. “We are working game by game. The Premier league is very difficult.
“We are trying to win with every game that is possible. But there will be a still a long way to win the title. We are working hard. Hopefully that will be enough.”
Chelsea host West Bromwich Albion on Saturday in the next Premier League fixture.