Chelsea face uphill task at Swansea
Gary Cahill has urged Chelsea to draw on the memory of last season's Champions League success when they face Swansea in the second leg of their English League Cup semi-final today.
Rafael Benitez’s side travel to the Liberty Stadium trailing 0-2 from the first leg at Stamford Bridge and face a daunting challenge if they are to clinch a place in the Wembley final.
They will head to south Wales, however, lifted by the 2-1 weekend win over Arsenal that centre-back Cahill claims has revived the club’s Premier League title ambitions.
Cahill is confident they can now embark on a run that will take them closer to the Premier League top two Manchester United and Manchester City as well as inspire success in the cup competitions.
He said: “Yes we are looking at the Manchester clubs. We’re more than capable of putting a run together and winning nine out of 10 games. That’s what we need to aim for and see where it takes us.”