Manchester City midfielder David Silva is not too worried about the the five point gap the league leaders Chelsea have over the Citizens and has admitted that Jose Mourinho's side will find it hard to win the Premier League title.
The Blues have started the 2014/15 campaign in flying colours, winning six out of their first seven Premier League matches, summing up to nineteen points taken from twenty one.
However David Silva who has won two Premier League titles with Manchester City since joining the club in 2010 believes the current Premier League leaders will face some issues as the season goes on.
"Chelsea have made great transfers, they have a great team, a great squad," the 28-year-old said after playing for Spain in their 4-0 victory over Luxembourg in the Euro 2016 qualifier on Sunday.
"But it doesn't mean things are going to be easy, especially in England."
The attacking midfielder also commented on Costa who has started his Chelsea career in flying colours, saying Costa was unlucky not to score in their previous fixtures.
"He wanted to score but he was unlucky. He has scored today and we hope that he can keep the goals coming," Silva said.
Manchester City play Tottenham next in the Premier League on Sunday as they look to close the five point gap on Chelsea.