Manager Maurizio Sarri has lamented that the West London outfit Chelsea might not get the best from their attackers, Eden Hazard and new signing Gonzalo Higuain because they are both struggling in front of the pole.
The Blues lacked a cutting edge at the beginning of the season which is the reason why the Italian boss secured the signature of Argentina international to add to the power but that has not provided results as he expects.
Sarri, therefore, urged his strikers to improve, stressing that he wants more movements on the pitch from them.
Meanwhile, some good results have been heard from the Blues team as they have won four of their last games which means a gradual return to good form.
However, the west London outfit are in the race for the top four finish and they hope to beat Arsenal and Man United for the spot at the end of the season.
Sarri seems to be satisfied with the strength of his defenders at the back which is why he demands more from the offensive players so that they can deliver more goals.
With about 8 games to the end of the season, the West London outfit will have their attention on the Europa League win at the end of the day.