Chelsea striker Loic remy believes the Blues are still candidate to win the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and Capital One Cup, despite their recent setbacks against Southampton and Tottenham.
After an impressive start to the campaign, Jose Mourinho's side have started to show some weakness during the busy Christmas period, drawing at Southampton before their disappointing 5-3 defeat at White Hart Lane.
But following their victory over Watford on Sunday in the FA Cup, Remy hopes to continue their winning ways in the next Premier League game against Newcastle on weekend.
"It's going to be hard but we want to win every competition, that's why the mentality and quality of the squad can make the difference," Remy said to Chelsea official website.
"The mood is really positive and we're still focused on all of our targets. During the season every team will be in trouble at certain times, so for us I hope it's behind us now with the last two league games. The players are still happy. Against Watford we deserved the win and we showed we can react."
Nevertheless, Remy points out the Blues are still topping the Premier League – alongside Manchester City – while also have secured the qualification for the Champions League last 16, the Capital One Cup semi-final, and the FA Cup fourth round.
"We're still top of the league, we've qualified for the next round in the FA Cup so there is no reason to be negative. We are a strong squad, a lot can happen during the season but we are just focused on winning games," the striker said.
"It was a cup game so you cannot make mistakes, it was important to win the game, especially after the last two matches, a draw and a defeat," said the Chelsea attacker.
'It was really important, even though there were different players on the pitch. For us it's always the same objective – to win games.
With Diego Costa excelling up front, the Chelsea summer signing has only started three Premier League games, but he seized his opportunity at Watford to score his fourth goal of the campaign.
"We have to be ready every time we get an opportunity to play. We have to show the manager he can count on us. If I score goals it means I'm ready but obviously there are 11 players on the pitch, we can't play more than that,' he said.
"Every time the manager wants to use me I give my best and try to help the team as much as possible."