Chelsea manager Antonio Conte told his players to “keep their feet on the ground” after they beat West Ham 2-1 on Monday to take another big step towards the Premier League title.
The Blues lead second-placed Tottenham by 10 points with 11 games left.
Supporters were signing “we’re going to win the league” at London Stadium, but Conte said: “We must think we have to take 26 points. We go step by step.”
Those points would mean a total of 92 – the maximum Spurs can accumulate is 89.
Italian Conte, in his debut Premier League season, added: “We must think every opponent will want to beat us from now until the end.
To dream is good, but it’s important to keep our feet on the ground.”