So I know that the matches after the break are very, very hard.
"The last time I have spoken with him, he told me that he wants to play for another season".
"Here is John Terry's home, he would be very important for everyone here".
"It's very hard. The gap last season was 30 points so I think to go above 30 points in one season is very, very hard".
"It's up to him, if he wants to play for another season I think it's right he tries to play".
Maurizio Sarri has urged his Chelsea side to hit the ground running against Cardiff in order to ensure any lingering worldwide break hangover will not jeopardise the club's top four hopes this season.
Cardiff City's Josh Murphy (hamstring) and Aron Gunnarsson (knee) are back in the squad for the trip to Stamford Bridge. At the moment he is able to be on the bench. Cardiff went into the worldwide break with a 3-2 loss to Arsenal, a game that earned the Gunners their second win of the season.
"For me, it's a pleasure", Sarri said when asked if his days are long. In one moment of the season, everybody was saying it was the worst for Chelsea in the last 10 years.
It's been a rough beginning for Cardiff, as they've only managed to secure two points in their first four games. "We need another step to be at the same level", said the Blues head coach.
The Blues have been playing some great football this season and with top-of-the-table Liverpool travelling to Tottenham this weekend, Chelsea have a great chance to leapfrog the Merseysiders with a fifth consecutive victory tomorrow.
"No, because we have to play seven matches in 23 days so I had to work", the Italian added, when asked if he had enjoyed some downtime during the worldwide break.