There are signs to suggest Chelsea are on the right path to rediscovering their devastating form of past.
With two wins from their last two games, including a very impressive away win in the Champions League, you would be forgiven for believing the west London club are starting to gain momentum.
Such was there bad run of late, just to get back to winning ways against Norwich was good enough to please the Chelsea board and supporters alike - and that they did, albeit with a stuttering performance, unable to put the game to bed.
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Moving forward from their 1-0 victory, Chelsea made it two from two with a crushing 4-0 away win over Maccabi Tel Aviv to send them top of Group G with one game to go.
You can sense the tide changing, with Jose Mourinho full of praise for his side after the game - a far cry from recent public outbursts about referees, performances and, quite simply, everything and anything the Portuguese was unhappy with.
Next up for Chelsea is a meeting with an old enemy from north London: Tottenham. The clash could define the Blues' season.
A win away at White Hart Lane would bring much-needed confidence for Mourinho's side and also cause a stir amongst those currently looking down on them in the Premier League.
Tottenham have been in fantastic form of late, though, having not lost in the league since the opening weekend against Manchester United.
The signs point to this being a very important London derby for both teams, with both sets of players having points to prove. For Tottenham, can they establish themselves as a top four side? As for Chelsea, Mourinho will know just how crucial an away win would be for their season.
The Portuguese will undoubtedly go into the game playing down his team's chances of a top four finish, but with another couple of victories and a good display against Tottenham, that will surely change.