Chelsea defender and England international, Gary Cahill is prepared to get back to his best after producing a string of poor performances.
The centre back made some high profile mistakes in the matches against Swansea City and Arsenal
“I don’t care what anybody says, I don’t listen to anybody. The only people I have to prove myself to is the manager of the football club that I’m playing at and my team-mates that I’m playing with,” Cahill told BBC.
“For me, my form up to Swansea [the 2-2 draw on September 11] was fine. I was playing well, I was happy. But then I made a few big errors and we all know that when you make a few errors in football, basic ones as well, it gets noticed. I’m not stupid.
“But if you make a couple of mistakes in a couple of big games, then all of a sudden the whole season is tarnished like you’re having a bit of a nightmare. Yet it’s not like you can turn around and say, ‘He’s lost his legs or is being beaten all ends up’.
“I basically made my own mistakes out of nothing, so as ridiculously as bad as they were, they are also easy to correct.”
Chelsea are currently seventh in the Premier League following their 2-0 win over Hull City on Saturday, five points behind leaders Manchester City.