Chelsea skipper John Terry has moved to assure Blues fans that his side will be ready for their hectic end-of-season run in.
The Blues move into their last 12 games of the season next week, and face Turkish giants Galatasaray in the Champions League on Wednesday.
The last 16 tie is a huge journey for the travelling Londoners, before a crucial London derby with struggling Fulham.
Fulham, who sacked Rene Meulenstein last week are in the relegation zone and desperately fighting to maintain their Premier League status.
But captain Terry is sure that his players will be ready for the busy few weeks that lie ahead, with the Premier League title well within reach.
“It’s important for us now to kick on, especially with a bust period,” Terry told Chelsea TV.
“When we play three games in a week, I think it suits the lads. Everyone looks at it and thinks it might take its toll.
"But when you’re playing three games a week you play, light training, play again and there’s not much to think about,” he added.
And Terry is adamant that his side can forget about a couple of disappointing results of late, including a draw to West Brom and an F.A Cup defeat to Manchester City.
“Hopefully that’s the cobwebs gone (after a draw at West Brom and an FA Cup loss to Manchester City) and we can kick on again.”
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