Chelsea players have been issued a warning by new manager Thomas Tuchel ahead of their clash against Manchester United and its simply not to get complacent reports the Mirror.
Since Tuchel’s arrival the Blues have began to start clicking and an impressive display against Atletico Madrid in their Champions League last-16 first leg was the latest evidence of Tuchel’s impact.
The Stamford Bridge side beat La Liga table toppers 1-0 after a stunning Olivier Giroud’s overhead kick handed them the 1-0 win.
Chelsea now look down the barrel of some crucial Premier League fixtures and Tuchel says they “cannot get comfortable or get lazy” as they prepare for four big league games.
“Honestly, we now play Manchester United, Liverpool, Everton and Leeds but this is good. We cannot get comfortable or get lazy.” said Tuchel.
Chelsea currently sit fifth in the Premier League table, three points behind David Moyes West Ham who have had a remarkable season so far.
Tuchel officially became the new Chelsea manager in January following the departure of club legend Frank Lampard, who was let go by the club after an 18 month stint.