Cesc Fabregas has denied there is bad blood between himself and and his club’s manager Jose Mourinho.
The Spain midfielder has been in poor form this term and reports claim the player and his manager are not in good terms.
And why it has been reported that Fabregas is the leader of a mini revolt at Stamford bridge, the Spaniard has claimed that his relationship with Mourinho is strong as ever and denied being a ringleader against Jose Mourinho.
“No. Mourinho trusts us and we trust him.
“Obviously it is a lie [that Fabregas led a mutiny against Mourinho]. I backed him in a very difficult time.
“My relationship with Mourinho is good, as always, but when things aren’t going well people are always looking for something.”
He added: “We’re not doing well in the league at the moment. Last year we lost four games all season and this season we have lost seven already.
“But Mourinho is a winner, when he loses he goes home p****d off like I do.
“The results at Chelsea aren’t what we would want and don’t reflect the level of our play.
“I feel good in myself, but when the results aren’t coming everything is negative and everything looks bad.”
Cesc Fabregas had the most assist than any player in the Premier league last season.