Antonio Conte sends honest message to Chelsea fans about N'Golo Kante

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Conte's dissatisfaction was clear.

Chelsea, who are fifth in the standings on 13 points, have now lost their last two league games, including the damaging home defeat by Manchester City before the worldwide break.

"We mustn't be happy", Conte said.

"This season will be hard but we must also understand we have to try to build something important for the future". For this reason we have to put 150% in; 100% won't be enough.

"I repeat - my job is to be focused on my work with my players, try and do our best".

Palace's victor came when Mamadou Sakho beat Willian to the ball and showed composure to find Zaha, who applied the finish. Everyone can see our situation.

"And there are people who came back at different times in the week, which isn't ideal for the manager I'm sure, but that's part and parcel".

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Eden Hazard contributed 16 goals to last season's title-winning campaign but is yet to score this season, while Pedro scored nine times last season but has only found the net once this term.

That's the opinion of Joey Barton who believes the Blues should focus on the Champions League and finishing in the top four this season.

"When you have a few injuries, you're in trouble".

Moses, 26, is the third Chelsea player in October to have picked up a hamstring injury after Alvaro Morata and N'Golo Kante both suffered similar problems.

"You know very well the potential of the other teams but it is important for us to look at ourselves", he said.

Victor Moses was an integral player for Chelsea last season as they won the English premier league title for the second time in three years and also helped his country Nigeria secure a berth at next year world cup in Russian Federation 2018. "We must have patience this season to understand it won't be easy".

Captain Gary Cahill says Chelsea are determined to bounce back from last Saturday's limp loss to Crystal Palace by showing their true pedigree. "City are blowing teams away", the defender said. They are in a rich vein of form, so, yeah, we need to go on a run.

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