Chelsea boss, Jose Mourinho, will not let his side's UEFA Champions League exit derail their push for the league title.
The Blues were dumped out of the Champions League by Paris Saint-Germain on the away goals rule, making the Premier League their last piece of available silverware for the campaign, having already secured the Capital One Cup.
However, the Portuguese would not be drawn into any conversation about their elimination from Europe.
"I reflect only with the players not with you," he told the media at a press conference.
"I had a meeting with the players, I'm working for the future and I don't have to share that with you.
"I don't want to go back. I want to go forward. I think they will cope with the pressure of playing Southampton. I like my players and I trust my players, when I win and when I lose. I cannot be like the wind and move from side to side.
"The people who were knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday are the same people that is top of the Premier League since day one, the same people who won the Capital One Cup and the same people who are going to win the Premier League."