Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that he is struggling to transform his team into one of the top clubs in England.
The ‘Special One’, as he is known, says he cannot perform miracles and is unhappy with his side’s consistency.
He added that if they are to do well in the Barclays Premiership this season they will have to improve drastically before they fall to far behind in the league race.
“If you see the position of Chelsea in the last leagues and the difference of points from Chelsea to the champions, you can imagine that even with a magic click - that I don't have - it's not easy to recover 20 points. It's more than one click.” said Mourinho.
“For a club like us it's not good to be 15, 20 points behind.
“We need to win seven matches 1-0, not win one match 7-0 and lose the other six, or lose points.
“This is the kind of mentality that you have to build. And it's much more difficult.
“I had a team of players in the best moment, potentially, of their career (in his first spell as boss).
“I needed a click to make them believe. At this moment, in terms of building a team, the task is different.
“We need to be more consistent. I don't think we are strong enough at this moment to have that kind of run of victory, victory, victory.
“We will, for sure, we will.
“The players must feel and accept the responsibility to play for a big club with big ambitions, where you cannot fail, where you cannot play one good game, one bad game, win one game, lose another.”
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