Last Updated: Sat, 07 Apr 2012 11:50
Roberto Di Matteo believes only a top-four finish and winning a trophy would make it a successful season for Chelsea.
The Italian looks to have transformed the fortunes of the Blues since taking over from Andre Villas Boas in early March, with some pundits suggesting he could be handed the role on a permanent basis.
But Di Matteo is under no illusions what is expected from the hierarchy and the supporters between now and the end of the season, with Chelsea currently sixth in the league and through to the semi-finals of the Champions League and the FA Cup.
Not only is the interim boss focused on getting into the top four, but he also wants some silverware to show for what has been a rollercoaster at Stamford Bridge.
Di Matteo stated: "I'm working my socks off to help this team become successful,but so far we have not proved anything and we have not achieved anything.
"The players have done extremely well to turn things around but it will only be a successful season if we finish in the top four and win a trophy.
"We have to ensure we finish well to guarantee Champions League football for next season. That's the big target."
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