Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has told his team to carry on winning after they continued their chase of Premiership leaders Manchester United with a 1-0 victory at Watford.
The Blues needed a last-gasp Salomon Kalou header to nick all three points and stay within six of rivals United.
Afterwards, Mourinho admitted: "We have won every game in every competition in March. It was crucial to us that we did not drop points.
"Now we have to do the same in April. We cannot lose any match in any competition. That is the life we have now.
"I think that if we had gone from six points to eight or nine behind Manchester United, mathematically it would still be possible to win the title, but mentally not.
"I still absolutely believe that United can drop six points.
"There are three points that we can take from them when we play each other and then another three points from the moon - a bad performance, a couple of draws, whatever.
"We always have to play after Manchester United which means we don't ever get the chance to reduce the gap to three points.
"That is something I cannot control so I won't worry too much about it."