John Terry has ordered his Chelsea team-mates to build on their desperately-needed Champions League win at FC Copenhagen by chasing down Tottenham and Manchester City in the Barclays Premier League.
And the Blues captain also wants his side to give Manchester United the jitters in their quest to depose Carlo Ancelotti's men as English champions by beating the leaders at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.
Having stopped the rot with last night's 2-0 win in their Champions League last-16 first-leg win at the Parken Stadium, Chelsea now turn their attention to salvaging their ailing domestic campaign.
The champions slumped to fifth in the Premier League after taking one point from their last two games but with Spurs having lost at Blackpool on Tuesday, they will regain fourth if they beat United next week. City also lost their last league game - the Manchester derby - and lie just four points clear of Chelsea having played a game more.
England defender Terry believes the Blues' trophy-winning experience will give them the edge in the race for third and fourth place, saying of Tottenham and City: "At times, they look very good but are slipping up like we all are at the moment.
"The only side who don't look like slipping up are Man United. And when teams like Tottenham and Man City do slip up, it's down to us to capitalise on that and make sure we win and hopefully pull away from them."