Chelsea FC’s flamboyant midfielder Oscar revealed that Chelsea FC’s dressing room is being governed by Jose Mourinho and Didier Drogba. The dynamic midfielder has acknowledged the roles of both Jose Mourinho and Didier Drogba and believes the bring a certain kind of atmosphere into the dressing room.

“Mourinho speaks before the games and makes sure our feet stay on the floor, because you don’t win the league or the Champions League at the start of the season, or in the middle of the season,” Oscar said. “We have so many games to play and we need to continue to win them.

Chelsea FC have already enjoyed a sensational start to their Premier League campaign. Chelsea FC are undefeated in the league, and already have been dubbed as favorites to win the Premier League by many fans and critics. Chelsea FC are already running away with the title and sit on thirty six points, six points ahead of second played Manchester City.

“Of course, he(Jose Mourinho) wants us to stay confident. But not too much because that can be dangerous. He tells the attacking players to go for goals, to play our football, but when you don’t have the ball, you have to defend. That is the way we have been winning games.”

Meanwhile Chelsea FC’s legend and talisman Didier Drogba is being groomed for a coaching role at the London based club, and his qualities of a coach are already evident – in his humble and helping nature, believes Oscar.

“Ah Didier – he is fantastic,Fantastic player, fantastic person, and I am so happy he is a part of the team. He speaks before the game for the attacking players. He wants to score every game.

“He speaks not just with me, but with the attacking players. He scored so many goals for Chelsea. He pushed so much the young players.”

Didier Drogba scored his fifth goal of the season against Tottenham Hotspur, as Chelsea cruised to a 3-0 victory over their London rivals. The absence of suspended striker Diego Costa was hardly noticed, as Eden Hazard opened the scoring charts for Chelsea FC at the 19th minute. Two goals from Didier Drogba and Loic Remy meant that the club would grab all three points.

Chelsea FC now face a trip to St James’s Park, against Newcastle United. This fixture has been a feisty tie in the past, and could live up to its expectation.

““The run is on our minds, but the team just starts again every time and plays for a win,” Oscar said. “If we draw, it is OK. What is important is that we don’t lose.Last year, the team was good but this year it is better.””