Blues stars seek turnaround

Drogba and Cole keen to see results improve

Drogba: Disappointed

Drogba: Disappointed

Didier Drogba and Ashley Cole are determined to help Chelsea break out of their recent slump.

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The Blues have slipped to third in the Premier League standings after going four games without a win.

A 1-1 draw with Everton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday extended that run, piling further pressure on under-fire coach Carlo Ancelotti.

Talismanic frontman Drogba admits recent performances have given cause for concern, but is confident Chelsea can reignite their season.

"It is very disappointing because at the moment we are having a difficult two months," the Ivorian told Sky Sports News.

"We have been missing some players but we have some good players back, like Michael Essien and John Terry. Unfortunately we couldn't win (against Everton), so that was disappointing because it was a good chance for us to go back to the top.

"It is a difficult moment but hopefully we can recover. Last season we won the league because we were very strong at home so we have to win some important games."

Tough run

England international Cole is also convinced that the Blues can get their campaign back on track, but admits a run of fixtures which will see them face Tottenham, Manchester United and Arsenal over the coming weeks will offer a stern test of their title credentials.

"No-one likes losing or drawing at home but in football these things happen and we just have to get on with it," he said.

"We have got four or five tough games coming up and we have to focus on them."

On the reasons behind the current wobble, Cole added: "I couldn't tell you. If I could, I would be a manager. It happens, you play well one month and then you have a blip. I don't think it's just us, a lot of teams have done it in the past.

"We have forgotten about the Everton game and just have to focus on Sunday against Tottenham."