Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho admits he "didn't feel anything" upon his return to Stamford Bridge yesterday.
It was a tough homecoming for Mourinho as his former team won 2-1.
On returning to Stamford Bridge, the Spurs manager said: "I didn't feel anything, honest. I was focused on the game, I didn't feel anything. No problem."
Mourinho insists he was happy with his players, despite the defeat. The Portuguese lamenting the lack of a target-man.
He added: "In the last part of the game when Chelsea was scared of the 2-1 we didn't have that presence, that power, we didn't have that to do more than what we did.
"To create chances you need a target man or fast people that can interchange positions, you need a different dynamic to the team. We don't have a striker and we have tired players, it's as simple as that. We did very, very well. If we score before our opponent, I think we have a chance because we are well organised. But when they score before us and drop back it's very, very difficult for us.
"A defeat is a defeat, but the good thing is, in the last seconds the players were still fighting for a result and that for me is a very important thing."