John Terry insists Chelsea will not be giving up on the Premier League title.
The Stamford Bridge club are currently 11 points behind leaders Manchester City, but Terry has no intention of throwing in the towel.
The Blues captain told talkSPORT: “I won’t ever give up and I’m sure my team-mates and the management are the same. “I won’t be giving up until the numbers say it’s impossible for us to win it”John Terry
"We realise it’s going to be tough but we’ve still got to go away to Man City, and we’ve got Man United at home, and we fancy we can close the gap. I won’t be giving up until the numbers say it’s impossible for us to win it.”
Terry has also dismissed suggestions the dressing room is unhappy with manager Andre Villas-Boas, with the Portuguese just seven months into his reign in west London.
He added: “It’s not the case that no-one accepted the manager. When he came in it was up to him to impress the lads and he did that in pre-season.
“But when people don’t play the press write that so-and-so is unhappy with the manager. But it’s not being unhappy with the manager, it’s being unhappy at not playing.
“And that desire is what I want to see. I’d rather see that than people picking up their wages and not caring if they’re in the side or not.”