Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho remaining calm over lack of silverware

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho looks on prior to kick-off in the Champions League semi-final first leg match against Atletico Madrid on April 22, 2014
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is remaining calm over possibility of another season without silverware.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has claimed that he is remaining calm despite the possibility of going two years straight at Stamford Bridge without a trophy.

Mourinho, who was unable to guide Chelsea to any silverware last season, remains unperturbed by claims that the West London club must win the title if they are to be considered a success.

He told reporters: "At the end of the season, you, the supporters and the players will judge my work. More important than all of you, my boss, my owner, my board - they will judge my work too.

"For some to achieve success will be to win the league. I understand that because of my last 10 years and Chelsea's last 10 years.

"But I really don't care about it, all I care about is being myself - working hard every day, having ambition to win always the next game."

Chelsea face Burnley on Monday at Turf Moor in their opening game of the Premier League season.

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