Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is desperate to see silverware in his first full season with the club and he and his fellow team-mates have set themselves some very high targets this year, according to the Guardian.
Jose Mourinho's side still have the chance to do what no other team in the Premier League has done before and that is to win the quadruple.
Courtois, who has been very impressive between the sticks this season, believes that achieving such a feat will be difficult - but he feels that the Blues have enough strength in their squad to pull it off.
He is quoted by the Guardian as saying: “Myself, Costa, Filipe, Fàbregas and the rest of the team want to win trophies for Chelsea. That starts in the League Cup to the last game in the Champions League
“We want to win everything; it will be difficult but I think we have the team to do it. Hopefully we can achieve it.”
Chelsea earned a hard-fought 1-1 draw in their Capital One Cup semi-final away at Liverpool last night and had to rely on their Belgian shot stopper to keep the impressive Reds from snatching what would have been a deserved win.
Following the match, Mourinho dismissed the idea that his current team was capable of winning four different trophies in one season by labeling it too difficult. The Portuguese boss shouldn't be written off, though, as he is famed for accomplishing achievements oft-deemed way out of reach.
Chelsea currently hold a five-point lead over second-placed Manchester City in the Premier League.
The second Capital One Cup semi-final leg versus Liverpool, a home FA Cup draw against Bradford City and a last-16 Champions League tie with Paris Saint Germain will have to be overcome in order for their quadruple dream to look more of a reality.