Chelsea manager Antonio Conte told his players to “keep their feet on a ground” after they kick West Ham 2-1 on Monday to take another large step towards a Premier League title.
The Blues lead second-placed Tottenham by 10 points with 11 games left.
Supporters were singing “we’re going to win a league” during London Stadium, though Conte said: “We contingency consider we have to take 26 points. We go step by step.”
Those points would meant a sum of 92 – a limit Spurs can amass is 89.
Italian Conte, in his entrance Premier League season, added: “We contingency consider each competition will wish to kick us from now until a end.
“To dream is good, though it’s critical to keep a feet on a ground.”
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Despite his side recording their 21st joining win of a season, Conte pronounced he was unhappy with them surrender opposite West Ham late in a game.
Eden Hazard finished off a renew in a 25th notation to give Chelsea a lead before Diego Costa done it 2-0 from tighten operation 5 mins after a restart.
However, Manuel Lanzini’s stoppage-time strike done it an nervous final few seconds for a Blues.
“To give divided a purify piece during a finish is not good,” Conte said.
“We contingency urge in this conditions – though I’m pleased. We showed good thoroughness and joining and will to win.”
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic does not design their London rivals to trip adult in a run-in.
“They demeanour serious. For me they are not going to remove that. we can’t see them being casual,” a former Croatia defender said.