Jose Mourinho targets the Premier League title after the Blues maintained their unbeaten run with a 2-1 win over Liverpool on Saturday.
Mourinho reckons Chelsea’s unbeaten run this season will come to an end but the win at Anfield has victory at Anfield has only boosted their confidence more as title favourites.
Former Bolton defender Gary Cahill scored the equalising goal for Chelsea after a deflected shot from Emre Can went past Courtoisss in the 9th minute and Diego Costa scored his 10th of the season to secure the victory over Brendan Rodger’s side.
The clash at Liverpool was the 11th unbeaten game of the season for the Stamford Bridge side but Mourinho doesn’t believe his current squad can go unbeaten like the Arsenal 'Invincibles' in the 2003-2004 campaign.
"I think it is possible to be champions - before the season started we considered ourselves contenders but in modern football, especially in the Premier League, I don't believe in an unbeaten run," said the Blues manager.
"It is a good start and I believe my team can keep this stability.
"One day we will lose and the next game we will win again and one day we will play badly because it is the nature of the game but we will recover the quality of our game.
"I know that the negative moment will arrive, the defeat will arrive, and we are prepared for that.
"At this moment we are a happy camp. One day the defeat arrives and when it does we will be the same."