Belgium winger Eden Hazard said the Blues will do all they can to win the treble, after their 2-0 win over Spurs in the League Cup final on Sunday.
Jose Mourinho's team beat Tottenham 2-0 at Wembley to give the west London Cup their first trophy of the season.
Captain John Terry and Diego Costa scored a goal each in either half to grab the win despite Tottenham controlling most of the game.
However, Chelsea attacker Hazard is hoping they can build on their triumph in the Capital One Cup final by winning more trophies this season.
Hazard is quoted as saying by the London Evening Standard: “The season is still long, it is not finished.
“Manchester City have very good players, they play very well and it will be a war until the end. So it is important for us to keep going, we still have a lot of matches.
“When you play for Chelsea you have to win trophies and get to the semi-final or final of the Champions League. We know it’s always difficult because there are very good teams in it.”
Chelsea are next in action when they travel to east London to play West Ham United on Wednesday night.