Cesc Fabregas has become the newest Chelsea FC player to announce his backing for under-fire manager, Jose Mourinho stating that only he could get the Blues back on track, while speaking to the press ahead of the Spain-Luxembourg clash. .

The Stamford Bridge outfit have come under intense scrutiny, with their manager widely touted to tread a similar path as his former understudy Brendan Rodgers, but has rather surprisingly won the support of the management and players alike. One should feel obliged to mention that Roman Abramovich would have to gift the manager a world-record A?30million payoff in the event of him wanting to put an end to his second spell as the Chelsea FC manager.

The former Barcelona magician believes that the Portuguese pragmatist is the best coach the club have ever had and claimed that they could never have his upgrade at this stage of the season. He thanked the former Real Madrid manager for giving him a lifeline when his boyhood club Arsenal FC denied making him a part of their roster again.

a Jose Mourinho is the best coach in the history of the club and the best we can have. Personally, he helped me in a very complicated moment of my career and he gives me confidence. I will do whatever he asks. In face-to-face situations he helps me a lot and I respect him for that.a

“Chelsea are not well, but we will do better” – Fabregas

The Spain international admitted that Chelsea FC had not been playing up to the mark and added that they would bounce back after the international break. He felt the need for reminding people of their double-winning season and even went on to claim that Jose Mourinho would upset the odds with the progress of the season.

a Chelsea are not well, but we will do better. We have the best coach for the club. People have not forgotten that five months ago we won the Premier League and a cup, but we have to change the situation fast and soon. If anyone is going to get us out of this hole, it is going to be Jose.a

Cesc Fabregas could join the elite panel of Spanish internationals, who have been capped hundred times when Vicente del Bosque names his squad for the European Championship qualifier at Estadio Las Gaunas later this week.