"That's probably the price of being at a club with huge expectations with an incredible group of players and a good investment after winning the Champions League," he said. "I don't think that [pressure] is something strange or something that surprises anyone.
"I have seen Chelsea's games and I must admit I would not be able to explain how they lost points because they have been the better side and have dominated games. That's why I would not have chosen to play Chelsea this weekend because I know they need to get a positive result. They will be focused and we can't catch them off guard."