Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick says his side are not looking over their shoulders in the race for the Premiership title, but are focusing on their own performances.
Carrick's United side hold a six-point advantage over reigning champions Chelsea and the England schemer is confident that the Red Devils can go on and complete the job.
He said: "Chelsea's challenge was always going to be strong, and it could be stronger now they have John Terry and Petr Cech back in the side.
"But it's not something we focus on. We're in a good position, we've earned that and we don't want to let it slip. It's up to us to get a good result every week.
"Chelsea have played well in big games and I think there will still be plenty of twists and turns.
"It's up to us what we do and we know if we win the right amount of games we will win the league.
"We are not looking over our shoulder and worrying about Chelsea."