Chelsea captain John Terry gave his views on the team's UEFA Champions League game last night and on their situation in Europe's top club competition as a whole.
Chelsea could only draw 0-0 on Tuesday night with Dynamo Kiev to remain third in Group G after previously winning only once in the group, a 4-0 win over Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Speaking after the game against Dynamo Kiev, he said, reports Chelseafc.com: ‘It is a tough place to come but it is a point won and we move on to the next game which we must win.
‘Dynamo Kiev are a very tough side and they side at the weekend so they were always going to put on a show in front of their own supporters. We kept a clean sheet which is a positive and it is not a bad result.
‘I think we deserved to win,’ he decided. ‘The first half was a lot better than the second. We created a few chances, Willian’s free-kick hit the bar, and there was the penalty that for me maybe was one, that wasn’t given.
‘We were unlucky not to score and they had a couple of half-chances as well and we are disappointed not to win, we came here to win the game and there were some good performances.
‘We move on and it is important now we go back to the Bridge and we have to win our home games. Big Champions League nights in front of our home support, under the floodlights, is where we want to be so it is in our hands and we feel comfortable with that.
‘We build on the weekend when it was a great feeling to get a win. Last Saturday was a taste of where we want to be, that feeling again. We are a great side and we will get there with the hunger and the ambition that is in the squad.
‘You don’t win trophies year after year without that hunger in the belly. We are collectively together, the players, the manager and the fans and we will be alright.’