Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas is confident he can capture a trophy as a manager in his first season in English football.
The 34-year-old has got used to success during his short managerial career, winning four trophies in is first season at the helm at Porto
The Blues are still fighting on four fronts this season, which gives Villas-Boas reason to be optimistic.
"It's very gratifying that we are still in all competitions, and we have a good chance in all of the competitions we are in," Villas-Boas said.
"A lot of teams are looking like they will be competing for the Premier League title, most of the top teams are still in the Carling Cup we are in a good position in the Champions League and the FA Cup is yet to start, so we have a very good chance on all fronts."
"What's interesting about the Premier League is that different teams challenge you in different ways from game to game," Villas-Boas added.
"We had two results which changed the perspective of the Premier League situation.
"I think in terms of philosophy, what we have achieved is so much because it's different to what the club have done in the past, but there is obviously still room for progression."