Though things are not looking any easy for Chelsea in their quest for silverware this season, their Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas says the club has plenty of fighting to do and they will not relent in their effort.
Fabregas posits that even though Chelsea are presently playing second fiddle to Manchester City in the league, it by no means translate that they are doing things badly this term.
"We are having a good season, but obviously in the Premier League Man City are having a super season," the Span International told Soccer Saturday. "So when you see a team being so advanced in the table and so many points in front, it is not easy.
"That does not mean that the others are doing badly, but they are doing incredibly well. Everything is going their way, they are scoring many times in
the last minute - this is a credit to them obviously because they keep pushing.
"Everything goes their way, everything they touch turns to gold. In a way, this is a bit frustrating for the others, but we just have to keep going.
"We are in the Champions League, semi-finals of the Carabao Cup, we are still in the FA Cup, so there is a lot to play for.
"If you ask me now, it is difficult to catch them because they keep winning. But we are still mid-January and this is the Premier League and anything can happen. A lot of competitions and games in front of us and them as well.
"We just have to keep up the good work, keep fighting, winning, three points after three points and then see what happens in the end."
Chelsea will be looking to keep pace with Man City on the EPL log as they face Leicester City in one the league games this weekend.