But the England star is reluctant to stand under the spotlight and prefers to let others discuss his rekindled confidence.
"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.
"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."