Danny Drinkwater has leaped to the defence of José Mourinho, after he was criticized for the type of football United plays.
Chelsea host Manchester United on Sunday , with the Red Devils winning seven out of their first 10 games.
United were criticized for the game they played against Liverpool and Tottenham, claiming a 0-0 draw and a 1-0 win respectively.
Speaking exclusively to Omnisport at a joint Hublot and Chelsea event at Stamford Bridge, Drinkwater said: “I’m a player so tend not to look to much into that.
“But his history of getting results speaks for itself. He has a great record, but hopefully we’ll do the job against him on Sunday.
“It’s a long season, but in terms of the three points, it’s a big one. They have a lot of strengths.
“They’re a top-quality side with a lot of quality individuals and a few big, strong lads, so their presence will be difficult.”