Petr Cech believes that the current Chelsea side could become one of the very best in the club’s history, even though he’s no longer a regular.
The Blues have enjoyed a wonderful start to the 2014/15 campaign, and are currently still in with a chance of winning the quadruple after booking a spot in the Capital One Cup semi-finals earlier this week.
Cech has been a mainstay in the Londoners’ XI for the last decade, but the return of long-term loanee Thibaut Courtois has seen him slide out of the team, with Jose Mourinho having put his faith in the 22-year-old Belgian.
Even though he’s not a key man at Stamford Bridge anymore, the 32-year-old believes this Chelsea team can achieve greatness:
“This team has the potential and the quality to be one of the best in Chelsea’s history — if it can prove it by winning trophies.” He is quoted by the London Evening Standard.
“I like the way we approach games. We want to win every game. You cannot go and just say we leave this competition and chase another one because in that competition you pick you can have one unlucky game and you’re out. That is why we try to win every game and progress in everything we have entered.”