Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho wants to win everything, says assistant Steve Holland ahead of the Blues' mid-week trip to Swindon town in the League Cup.
After a string of disappointing results Chelsea bounced back with a 2-0 victory over West London rivals Fulham at the weekend and the Blues are determined to build on this result.
The eyes at Stamford Bridge, assistant Steve Holland, has revealed that Blues manager Jose Mourinho is adamant he wants to win every trophy he can during his second coming to the Bridge.
Mourinho twice won the League Cup in his first spell with the west London club and will be determined to get his hands on the silverware again.
Holland said: "If you prioritise the four trophies we have a chance of winning, I'm not going to pretend that this competition is ahead of the Champions League, but Jose wants to win everything. That hasn't changed. That will be the situation again this time round.
"We want to win every trophy. There's no reason why not given the strength of squad that we have.
"We have a big squad with fantastic players. The players want to play and need to play," he concluded.
To win the League Cup Chelsea must overcome a hurdle tonight as they travel to League One Swindon in a challenge which is not to be underestimated.
Holland pointed to recent shocks in the Cup in the past few years - Bradford's journey to the final included wins over Arsenal and Aston Villa, plus Liverpool's loss to Oldham in the F.A Cup - as reason enough for Chelsea not to underestimate the Wilshire based team.
"If you think you've got a divine right just to turn up and win games, prepare to be surprised," Holland said.
The Chelsea assistant added that it could be a tough night for the travelling Blues.
"If we're anything other than 100 per cent on it, it'll be a difficult night," he said.
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