Chelsea ace Didier Drogba says they have the Premier League running scared.
Carlo Ancelotti's men kicked off their defence of the Premier League title with back-to-back 6-0 wins over West Brom and Wigan.
They clinched the crown last term by thrashing Stoke 7-0 and Wigan 8-0 in their final two home games of the season - having already stuck seven goals past both Sunderland and Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season.
And hitman Drogba, 32, insisted: "We create such a sensation of fear in our opponents' penalty area - and that really helps us score.
"We have developed a perfect system. We practise so many different situations thousands of times in training so it becomes automatic in games.
"It may look easy - but the secret is work, work and more work each day.
"And, while Ancelotti is an Italian coach, we do not play a defensive Italian style.
"That is how we were successful last season so there is no reason to change."
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