Ancelotti looking on the brighter side

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Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti addressed the media in buoyant mood today, with things 'looking good' at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues had been struggling for form since the turn of the year under his stewardship, but a return to form has seen Chelsea go five games unbeaten and hold a strong position in the Champions League last 16 after victory in Copenhagen.

With players returning to fitness for the club too, the next couple of months could yet become a success for Ancelotti, especially if they could secure the 'holy grail' in Europe.

"My best team is not just 11 players. I am happy in this moment because all the players are fit, Alex came back to train today in good condition and is ready for the next game, Benayoun will come back to train maybe Thursday or Friday with the team, so every player is fit and in good condition," the Chelsea boss beamed in-front of the media.

"'This is a fantastic moment for us to have all the players fit and we want to maintain motivation for everyone, to have all the players fit in the next games of the Premier League and Champions League."


The former AC Milan boss recognised that the club suffered a difficult couple of months in January and February, but believes a corner has been turned with his stars looking fit and raring to go in training.

"Our moment is really good and I said after two months we slept; now we are ready to fight for the rest of the season. At the moment it is good," the Italian concluded.

"In training everything was okay but now we have to check our condition in the game. We have to stay in focus because they come here and want to do everything to win."

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