But the England star is reluctant to stand under the spotlight and prefers to let others discuss his rekindled confidence.
He said: "I'm happy with the way I'm performing. People ask me a lot to compare Avram to Jose Mourinho.
"I know what they want me to say. But I can't lie and say I'm running forward all the time.
"I've always taken a lot of pride in the way I play for the team. If people think I'm playing better and enjoy watching that's great but I still have to be disciplined.
"Some games you must dig in and be disciplined. At Chelsea we are very proud of that - we have an identity as a team. We are winners, we know what it takes to win games, any game. We can win at home, away, when we have to battle. We take a lot of pride we can do that.
"Arsenal and Manchester United have two or three players given licence to go forward and do things and make things happen. We have 11 very disciplined players.
"At times some of our football is fantastic but what gives us the edge is discipline and concentration - it will be vital in the run-in."