Chelsea defender David Luiz admits the champions of Europe are going through a bad spell
Chelsea are currently being labelled the favourites for the FIFA Club World Cup in Japan this December but the European champions are going through a bad spell at the moment with no win in their last four games.
And defender David Luiz has admitted that it's disappointing to see Chelsea drop off the top of the league, but they hope to stay in touch with new leaders, and current Premier League champions, Manchester City.
He told British reporters: "Right now is not good. We started the season at the top of the league, but now we lose another game, despite playing against a good team[West Brom]. But it's disappointing.
"We will not get too far from the other teams, but within two or three games we can change everything and we can approach the top again."
Chelsea will return to Champions League action this week when they travel to Italy to face current Serie A champions Juventus.