Eden Hazard disagrees with his manager after he revealed that he is confident that Chelsea can win the Premier league this season.
Earlier Jose Mourinho made it public that his team can't win the league because Chelsea are "the little horse that need milk and need to learn how to jump" at the moment compared to the "two horses" Arsenal and Manchester City, who believes that they are seriously in the race to win the tittle.
The Portuguese was also backed-up by his goalkeeper Peter Cech, who also thinks that Man City are the favourite to win the league followed by the ex-south London team Arsenal.
But it seems that not all Mourinho's Blues agree with what he thinks, with Hazard praising his team after an excellent performance at the Etihad last week, to do everything to win the silverware.
"We are aiming to win the league. It won't be easy, but we won't give up, we have the qualities needed to do it", said the Belgian international after their second victory over Manchester City this season.
"We really did things in fine style. The three points will be important in the title race.
"Let's see what happens between now and the end of the season."
The Belgian winger has been a brilliant performer for Chelsea this season with nine goals and five assists in 23 appearances so far this season.
The Blues are two points behind the Premier league leaders Arsenal and only goal difference separate them from Manchester City with the same amount of point of 53.
Chelsea still have to face the strong sides like Tottenham and Liverpool in March and April, and also the current leaders Arsenal later this season.
Mourinho's men will also battle once again against the favourite's Man City in the FA Cup fifth round later this month, and could send a serious message to Manuel Pellegrini's side by putting them off of the tournament.
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