Chelsea's Mourinho remains confident without new players
Nov 24, 2015 During a recent news briefing, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said he believes that his team will benefit from the absence of international breaks till March, as they try to recapture their best form.
Mourinho also insisted that he would not be asking for any new signings in the January transfer window.
The struggling Premier League champions go into next home game against Norwich City in 16th place, having won only three of their 12 games. However, the Portuguese is confident that his squad will come through.
“Lots of matches are coming now, four months without the national teams, and we really believe good things are waiting for us…I think we are going to play very well (against Norwich) and will get a good result…The owner deserves it, the board deserve it, the supporters and we deserve it.”
Mourinho, who will be back in the technical area after serving a stadium ban for the last game, went on to say:
“I’m happy with my players, I trust my players…I don’t need to ask the club to spend money in January. We were champions four months ago, not ten years ago.”