Rafael Benitez told his Chelsea players there was still plenty of room for improvement after they made it three wins in a row by beating Monterrey to reach the Club World Cup final.
Interim manager Benitez was pleased with his side's jet-lag defying 3-1 semi-final win in Yokohama but pulled them up on the late slackness that saw them fail to keep a clean sheet.
Benitez said: "When I talk about a winning mentality, always I talk about little details making the difference. The team has to think about winning, winning in style and not conceding because the goalkeeper likes clean sheets. They have to keep their concentration right to the end of the 90 minutes. That's what they need to do."
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