Chelsea winger Willian says that the club will need to change their approach next season, after tumbling out of the Champions League at the last 16 stage with requalification next season almost impossible.
The Blues sit ten points off the top 4 and the Brazilian says that Chelsea need to analyse why their form has dropped off since sweeping to the Premier League title last season. “Yes. I think that hurt a little bit,” he said of Sunday’s draw with West Ham United at Stamford Bridge.
“It doesn’t matter the team, to lose isn’t good. I think something will have to change for next season. “If a team like Chelsea wants to reach the top four we can’t draw against West Ham at home. We can’t lose against Tottenham at home.
“Of course we still have the FA Cup to fight for [they have a semi-final against Southampton on April 22]. We still have six games to fight for. But we have to change something.” Chelsea play away at Southampton this Saturday.