Chelsea star explains how players are responding to Antonio Conte

Thibaut Courtois reveals that Chelsea have no intention of letting up in their race for the title this season

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Thibaut Courtois has revealed that Chelsea have no intention of letting up in the race for the Premier League title despite their dominant form.

The Blues have been superb form in the Premier League this season and underlined their status as the favourites to win the title with a 3-1 win over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

That result left the west London side flying high at the top of the Premier League table heading into their clash with Burnley at the weekend.

Chelsea’s transformation this season has been largely inspired by Antonio Conte’s arrival at the club as their new manager.

And Courtois has explained the mentality that he and his team-mates have heading into their clash with Burnley this weekend.

Speaking to Chelsea’s website, Courtois said: “The players don’t want to relax. We know we still have 14 games to go so we just want to show that we are strong and we don’t want to lose points.

“Next we go to Burnley, which is always difficult. It’s all about the next game and we have to be ready for that.”

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Chelsea’s remarkable upturn in form has been in stark contrast to their struggles last season, when they ended up 10th and without a trophy.

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