Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori believes their hard work in the training pitch is what's making the difference for them this season.
The Blues racked up their seventh consecutive win on Saturday away at Burnley in a 4-2 victory, which came after another encouraging show in midweek away to Ajax in the Champions League.
Tomori started his sixth match in a row at Turf Moor and reckons their hard work and commitment in training is what is pushing them.
"We were on a streak of winning five games when we played at Ajax in the Champions League and that was more a thinking game," he began as quoted by the club's official website.
"The key to our form is the hard work on the training pitch. Everyone is really focused and we try to work hard every day and implement what the manager is trying to make us do every week,"
"It is a lot of hard work, focus, determination and that will to win, and we have a good mix of experience and young players who are gelling together a bit more now,"
"We just want to keep playing well, we want to keep on winning games and winning is a habit,"
Frank Lampard's boys will now shift their focus to the midweek Carabao Cup tie against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men at Stamford Bridge, hoping to avenge their 4-0 loss in their first match of the league this season.
They are currently fourth on the Premier League standings with 20 points after 10 matches, eight off League leaders Liverpool.