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Grant trains sights on domestic front

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Avram Grant wants his Chelsea side to continue their attacking ambitions when they return to Barclays Premier League action.

Chelsea demolished a poor Rosenborg side with a four-star showing in the Lerkendal Stadium last night to earn a place in the knockout stages of the Champions League with one game still to play. Two goals from Didier Drogba and a 40-yard free-kick from Alex gave Chelsea a 3-0 interval lead, before Joe Cole completed the scoring.

"We want to play positive, attacking football - and I am very happy with what has happened. We win games; we progress - and play better from game to game." said Grant. "We are in the next round and in a good position in the league at home. I hope we can continue the process."

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