Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has declared himself content with his side’s current performances but believes there is still room for improvement, according to Sky
The Blues remain unbeaten in league – taking 23 points from a possible 27 – and stand in good stead in the Capital One Cup and Champions League.
The additions of Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa have been lauded as some of the best business of the summer, with Fabregas chipping in with one goal and eight assists and Costa bagging himself nine goals already.
Mourinho’s side have been taking all the plaudits this season for some quite dazzling football on display but the Portuguese believes his side are yet to hit the ceiling of their ability.
He said: “In terms of objectives, the pragmatic ones, the numbers, the results, we are where we want to be.
“In terms of numbers we are there but in terms of performance and the quality of the team – no team is perfect.
“We are not perfect, but I’m happy with what we are doing and where we are.”
Chelsea welcome Queen Park Rangers to Stamford Bridge on Saturday with one eye on temporarily going nine points clear of main rivals Manchester City at the top of the league.
But they must first overcome a QPR side that they haven’t managed to score against in three of their last four league meetings.
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