Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has stressed the most important job for the club this summer is not to lose players but still expects "two or three" to arrive before next season.

The Blues have arrived in Bangkok ahead of an end-of-season friendly with Thailand All-Stars less than a week after lifting the Premier League title.

But the manager is already looking to what the club can do to strengthen their title-winning squad. Aware Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United are willing to spend freely to close the gap on his side, Mourinho believes Chelsea cannot afford to sit back and do nothing.

"We are the team everybody wants to beat," Mourinho said. "Nobody is better than us. We are the best team in the country. Other teams are going to improve, invest and not accept Chelsea is champion like this season with three matches to go.

"We like the players, we are happy with the players. Two or three are always coming to the club, that's normal."

In the four transfer windows he has presided over, Mourinho has firmly made his mark on the Chelsea squad, moving on the likes of Juan Mata and Kevin de Bruyne while bringing in players who suit his system, in Nemanja Matic, Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa.

And the Chelsea boss has again stressed he is happy with the squad he has built, suggesting to fans not to expect any drastic personnel changes.

"The players I am looking for are my players, the players I want to keep. Last season I had players I wanted to sell.The most important thing in the market is not to lose players.

"How can I find a better striker than Diego Costa? A better midfielder than Matic? A better right-back than Ivanovic? Our squad this season was very good. We didn't have many injuries. We had three players play 38 matches of the Premier League."