Bolton defender Gary Cahill is confident his side can beat anyone on their day ahead of the clash with Chelsea.
The Trotters travel to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday to take on the Premier League champions following a 2-0 victory over West Brom on Boxing Day.
With Carlo Ancelotti's Blues on a woeful run of form, Bolton have every chance of picking up a result in West London and Cahill believes his team fear no-one.
"At the moment we feel that it doesn't matter who we play because we are going to give them a good game," he said on the club's official website.
"We now go to Chelsea and that is a tough game - there's no doubt about that. It's going to be hard against a quality team but there is a great belief within our side.
"We are looking forward to it and the lads will have rested up well to make sure that they are ready for it.
"It's fantastic to be in the position that we are at this time of the year - if we had been offered this by someone at the start of the season then we would have snatched their hands off."
The 25-year-old centre-half was pleased to keep a clean sheet against the Baggies and is hoping for more in the future.
"We definitely need to be getting more clean sheets and because of the way that we defended against West Brom, the lads are buzzing, especially Jussi (Jaaskelainen)," he added.
"We have got ourselves into sixth in the league without keeping as many clean sheets as we want, so as soon as even more start to get recorded then hopefully things will get even better."