Florent Malouda has insisted the solution to Chelsea's current woes is simple: victories, starting in Wednesday's Champions League clash at Bayer Leverkusen.
The Blues have made their worst start to a season since Roman Abramovich bought the club, amid a host of on and off-field setbacks that have piled the pressure on the club, but three points in their Champions League Group E encounter at the BayArena would send Chelsea into the knockout stages and help lift the gloom at Stamford Bridge.
Malouda refused to go into detail about precisely what has gone wrong this season but the winger was in no doubt what was needed to turn things around, saying: "We have a great opportunity by winning this game to finish first in our group. I think, actually, that's what we need more than comments or explanations or analysis on what's been going wrong."
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