Back-to-back wins for Chelsea and confidence is growing, momentum is building, and even Cahill's talking big.
"We knew at half-time they [Kiev] were leading so it meant it was even more important for us. We knew, if we won, it would be in our hands at Stamford Bridge [against Porto]. So bring it on."
Bring it on, suckers!
Before all that however, Chelsea face a tough away test at White Hart Lane on Sunday and then a slightly easier test at home against AFC Bournemouth. Two wins there, and we could be talking a true turnaround, finally.
'It's important we keep this momentum going."
"[The Maccabi win] was [important] for a number of reasons. First and foremost and the most important one was for the Champions League and to make sure we put ourselves in a position to try to qualify top. But as well to build the momentum off the back of the Norwich result and keep building these wins and try to gather these wins to turn this around."
"We've got this week to prepare for the Tottenham game. They're playing very well at the minute. I've no doubt it'll be an entertaining game and one where we're hoping to be on the end of right result."
-Gary Cahill; source: ESPN
Add in the revenge factor for last season's rather embarrassing 5-3 loss to Spurs, and Sunday's match could indeed be entertaining. For the neutrals, that is. I'll be over here in my corner, cowering.