Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is confident his team will take all three points from today's game against Norwich City.
The Blues desperately need to get back on winning terms after suffering defeat at Stoke City before the international break.
And Mourinho says his players are enthusiastic and confident ahead of the game.
"I think tomorrow we are going to play very well," Mourinho said.
"With all the respect I have for unpredictability in football, and all the respect I have for our opponents, I think we will play well and get a good result.
"The players are enthusiastic and confident. They know they are playing more than okay, individually and collectively, and the results have to come. We are positive. I don't think we are going to start the game under any kind of pressure, we just want to play."
Asked if he wants to strengthen the squad in January, the Portuguese said: "Lots of matches are coming.
"We have four months without the national team and four months with the three most beautiful competitions to play. The FA Cup will start for us, plus the Premier League and Champions League.
"I will not ask the board for any changes in January. I'm happy with my players, I trust my players, I don't need to clean the dressing room or ask the club to spend money.
"We put ourselves in a great situation together by being champions, now we have to be together again to put this situation back in the right place."