Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is confident his side's wobble is now over after two wins in six days gave them an outside chance of retaining their Barclays Premier League title.
The 3-1 victory at Blackpool was achieved without the Blues hitting anywhere near top form.
But, unlike in the previous two months when they lost matches against the likes of Wolves and drew against Everton and Fulham, they never really looked like losing to the Seasiders.
Two goals from Frank Lampard and one from John Terry ensured there were no slip-ups at Bloomfield Road, allowing the club to move within nine points of league leaders Manchester United with a match in hand.
The two league wins came on the back of a Champions League victory over Copenhagen and Ancelotti now thinks his side have overcome their mid-season blip.
"I think so. Now we have three games where we have played very well, taking good results," he said. "I think the moment is gone - finally."