John Terry fully expects Chelsea to come out on top when they face Manchester United in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final clash.
Wayne Rooney scored a vital away goal as United ran out 1-0 winners at Stamford Bridge last night, but Chelsea will feel aggrieved that they weren't awarded a last-gasp spot-kick after Patrice Evra hauled down Ramires.
Chelsea will travel to Old Trafford next Tuesday with the hope of overturning the deficit in order to progress to the semi-final of Europe's premier club competition - and the Blues' skipper is confident his side will move one step closer to the final at Wembley.
"I can 100 percent see us turning the tie around," said the 30-year-old after the game. "We're obviously frustrated with losing the game. The manager stressed to the players after that it's half-time and we're still right in the tie.
"It's disappointing with us being at home tonight, we'd have maybe expected a little bit more, but we're certainly still in the tie. We've got the quality as we showed last year to go up there and win the tie. They know we're in it, and we certainly do."