memorable times and will soon be back to their best.
The defender further disclosed that last season was very though and as humans, the players cannot be expected to perform every week, but is confident of an upturn in their flagging fortunes.
“There are some great memories and I don’t think we should forget the manner in which we won the Premier League, leading from the start, which was an unbelievable achievement for everyone at the club,” he told Chelsea magazine.
“The flip side, as always with football, is that it’s a game of two halves – and we’ve had a difficult period. Last season was fantastic, this season has been tough, but we’re looking to turn that around. We’re working hard to make things right.
“Not every single minute of your career will go well, individually and collectively, and not every season will go how you want it to, but it’s how you react to that.
“You’re not a robot, you’re not going to be nine out of 10 every game.
“But when things aren’t going well, you work even harder and look for a reaction. I’m sure we’ll turn it around,” he said.
However, Paris Saint-Germain coach, Laurent Blanc has boasted that Chelsea football club are familiar foes and are easy to prepare for, adding that their UEFA Champions League (UCL) clash should be a 50-50 encounter.