Chelsea and Germany defender Toni Rudiger says his Chelsea teammates have quickly responded to the methods of manager Thomas Tuchel.
He said: “When we analysed the games against Wolverhampton and Burnley, I think we adapted very good to it [the plan].
“Of course there will be some moments like against Tottenham in the second half when we came out and we were a bit slower, but what was good was that we showed mentality, we showed that we can suffer together and move forward.
“The most important thing is the result, that is what we need at the moment, and we got it.
“For me it is more important to look at the things that went wrong and to make them better because the good things you don’t need to speak about but you need to address things that have to be better, and the coach is doing well on that.
“He is very detailed and that is good because that makes you always have to perform on your best and that makes you also better, and me I like this way.”