Jose Mourinho Chelsea coach Added That "Unbeaten through the season is the impossible job".
Chelsea were declared the "autumn champions" by coach Jose Mourinho as they maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-1 win on Saturday that kept them four points clear of Southampton at the top of the PremierLeague.
Chelsea to be crowned champions in May but for the moment Mourinho is settling for his self-appointed award after Chelsea's come-from-behind win thanks to goals from Gary Cahill and Diego Costa.
Mourinho said "I think we have a very good chance to win the title but I think we, Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United and Southampton are all still in the race. All we can say is that we are the champions of the autumn. "I think we were very impressive, we want to play, we want to win, we want the ball. The best team by far was the blue team and the team that deserved to win was Chelsea."
Although he does not think Chelsea can emulate Arsenal's achievement of 2003-04 by remaining unbeaten for the whole season, he was delighted after his team took the three points back to west London.
he said."Unbeaten through the season is the impossible job, I think we will lose eventually"
Chelsea moved on to 29 points from their opening unbeaten 11 games, four ahead of Southampton who made it 11 wins out of 12 in all competitions after Shane Long came on as a 67th-minute substitute and scored with a left-foot shot on 75 minutes and a right-foot effort five minutes later.
Relentless Southampton won 2-0 at home to Leicester City and there was also a tight victory for Manchester United with champions Manchester City playing later.