Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta has reflected on Chelsea’s poor run of form following Thursday’s 1-1 draw against Everton at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues are now four points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City after dropping two points against Everton.
Azpilicueta said, as quoted by Evening Standard: “At home we have not been good enough in terms of results. We have dropped points, we have conceded a lot of goals.
“When you want to compete in the Premier League against these two teams, who have shown in the last couple of years how consistent they are, you cannot drop these kind of points.
“You need them to compete, so of course it is a feeling of frustration. But the same way that in October and November when we were top of the league we did not believe we had won already – it makes it more difficult, but there is still a long way [to go] and we will compete to try to get as close as possible.”