Chelsea captain John Terry insists there is no crisis at Stamford Bridge as the Blues look to end their current dismal run of form with victory over Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Chelsea have won just two out of their last eight games in all competitions in a run that has led to speculation over the future of coach Carlo Ancelotti.
The Blues face Spurs, Manchester United and Arsenal in three games that could define their season this month.
Their 1-0 Champions League defeat by Marseille in midweek was the latest setback, but despite their worst run of results for more than a decade, Terry remains confident an upturn in fortunes is around the corner.
"It's not a crisis at all at the moment, we're still in with a shout of the Barclays Premier League and we've just topped our Champions League group," said Terry.
"Early on in the season we were playing very well and if we can get that form back, with other teams slipping up, everyone dropping points, we can pull away from teams again. Nothing has changed on the squad basis, it's just about staying together and staying confident."