Chelsea defender Ricardo Carvalho is refusing to panic following their loss to Aston Villa.
The Blues went down 2-1 at Villa Park on Saturday - their second loss in three Premier League games.
But the Portuguese stopper is more than convinced that Chelsea will bounce back to form starting with Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League.
"We conceded two goals from two corners but I think we created more chances and could have had more goals and got the result," he said.
"It is always difficult to play away from home, especially after being away with the national team.
"Villa are a good side, but overall I think we were much better than them.
"Now we must rest and recover and start to think about Atletico Madrid because we want to qualify as soon as possible so that we can concentrate on the Premier League."