Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he is happy with goalkeepers Thibaut Courtois and Asmir Begovic and that the Blues will not miss Petr Cech this season.
Regular goalkeeper Courtois will be suspended for this week's big game away at Manchester City if they lose appeal against his red card with the former Stoke City man set to take over in goal.
Mourinho insists that his side can cope without Petr Cech, who left in the summer to join Arsenal, but admits that the Gunners will be stronger than last season after securing the services of the 33-year-old.
"We don't miss Petr," Mourinho is quoted as saying by Goal.
"We've got a good keeper, the problem with Petr is not that we miss him because we have two excellent keepers.
"The problem with Petr is that an opponent is better than before.
"Thibaut and Asmir are two fantastic keepers. My club did very well by getting a keeper on time and not on August 31.
"If my club gives me a keeper on August 31, then we have a problem not just for today but also for the next match. Unless the people understand that it's not a red card and they clear the suspension."