John Terry has warned Graham Potter that Chelsea’s form is ‘clearly not good enough’ and says the Blues boss needs to find a ‘settled team’.
Chelsea dropped more points earlier in the weekend as they were held to a 1-1 draw by struggling West Ham. The Blues made a bright start at the London Stadium and new signings Enzo Fernandez and Joao Felix combined to put the visitors in front on 16 minutes.
But Chelsea’s lead did not last long as ex-Blues defender Emerson Palmieri scored against his former club to earn West Ham – sitting just above the relegation zone – a point.
For Chelsea, it was a third successive draw in the Premier League, meaning they remain ninth – 10 points outside the Champions League places.
Former England defender Terry won five Premier League titles, five FA Cups and the Champions League during his successful spell at Stamford Bridge and insists current results are ‘not good enough’ for a team of Chelsea’s stature.
West Ham 1-1 Chelsea: Graham Potter post-match press conference
‘We are in a process where we are getting guys up to speed, guys match minutes so the ability to sustain what we want to do is the challenge for us so there were positives in the game.