Eden Hazard won the PFA Players Player of the Year at their Annual awards ceremony in London last night and it's fully deserved. There has been no one close as far as I am concerned and he will only get better.
Hazard has had a fantastic season so far and has picked up the mantle and drove Chelsea forward with a level of consistency that has been so impressive.
It's taken virtually a season but finally Cesc Fabregas has his song from the Chelsea fans and you would have been hard pushed to have missed it yesterday in the stands, on social media or on the TV coverage of the game.
If you missed it, Here it is sung a number of times before and outside the Emirates after the game yesterday!
"Boring, boring Chelsea" rang out from the Emirates as the final whistle blew yesterday on this hard fought 0-0 draw. Arsenal fans can think what they like but for Chelsea it's one step closer to the title.
Jose Mourinho responded to the chants from the Gunners fans after the game stating that it's boring to not win the title in ten years and he is right.
Chelsea has an opportunity to go within three points of sealing the Premier League title when they visit Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon.
Victory for the Blues would see them needing only a single win to clinch their first league trophy since 2010.
Form is certainly on the Gunners' side, who are playing their best football of the entire campaign.
Jose Mourinho spoke to the press this afternoon and answered questions on the fitness of Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas and more...
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It's now the game of the season on Sunday at the Emirates. Jose Mourinho's side have led the Premier League from day one but face their toughest test against Arsenal but are they now a very realistic threat?
After Saturdays performance and three points against Manchester United, you can see this as being billed as the side with plenty of attacking flair, on a fantastic run against the side "limping" over the line.
Patrick Bamford has done everything asked of him in the past three seasons. This term at Middlesborough on loan, Bamford has just won the Championship Player of the Year and now surely he must be part of Jose Mourinho's first team squad!
Bamford 21, spoke last night after winning the award for scoring 19 goals in 41 appearances so far in the Boro' title charge this season and was quick to re-affirm his desire to play for Chelsea.
There has been one report that has been doing the rounds over the last week or so and that involves West Ham left back Aaron Cresswell. These reports state that Chelsea would be willing to spend as much as £20m on the player provided we can sell Filipe Luis first!
Now as with any rumour, we have to decide whether it has substance or if this is just one of these stories pulled out of nowhere to sell copy for the Press.
Many people forget that the only silverware Cesc Fabregas won at Arsenal during the eight years he spent in North London was the FA Cup and Charity Shield. With Chelsea, he can set his sights on winning the Premier League for the first time and he hopes it happens quickly.
Speaking after the massive win against Manchester United at the weekend, Fabregas said:
"We just want to win it [the Premier League].
With the success the Academy has had at Chelsea over the last few seasons and this one in particular, there have been plenty of calls for Chelsea to promote from within rather than spend money this summer. Jose Mourinho has those calls.
'I cannot have a squad of 10 men and 10 kids.