Chelsea boss, Jose Mourinho, says a change in attitude in the second half helped the Blues overcome Leicester City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
The Blues struggled to get going in the first half and allowed Leicester into the game on numerous occassions, however second goals from Diego Costa and Eden Hazard saw Chelsea claim their second win of the season.
The Portuguese boss admitted all that needed to change in the second half was the player's attitude towards the game.
"We didn’t play well first half," Mourinho told Sky Sports.
"Leicester showed great defensive intensity, and came with fast transitions, trying to scare us on the counter-attack.
"We were a bit slow - slow moving the ball, slow thinking - and we needed to change. Sometimes you don't need to change players, just your attitude towards the game. And we did that.
"So the second half was completely under control. However, I don't forget that they had a good chance with the score at 0-0 - a critical moment in the game - but we had so many chances, so much good football, so many occasions to score. I think, obviously, we deserved the victory."