Chelsea striker Loic Remy has warned his fellow players against complacency after the club maintained their unbeaten start to the season at the weekend, the Daily
The Blues have been unstoppable as of yet – unbeaten in all competitions and currently sitting top of the league, seven points clear of second placed Southampton and eight of Manchester City.
Their comfortable 2-0 victory over West Brom at the weekend once again prompted claims that could go on to emulate the unbeaten season of Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’ back in 2003-04.
They have been aided by their rivals stuttering starts to the campaign but Remy, who won two French league titles with Marseille, is adamant that he and his team mates will not let their form run away from them.
He said: “For me, it is a real opportunity to win a trophy or something here.
“Every player is conscious that we can really win something this year, but the most important thing is to stay focused about the same thing and don’t think the league is already won. I think it is a trap if we think that.”
Mourinho sees his side in Champions League action this week as they look to secure qualification to the knockout stages with a game to spare, should they beat second placed Schalke in Group G.
The Portuguese has also already guided the club to the quarter finals of the League Cup where they take on Championship leaders Derby.
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