Emma Hayes urges Chelsea stars to stay grounded amid Arsenal title fight: ‘We haven’t achieved anything yet’

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Eyes on the prize: Emma Hayes and Chelsea are looking to win a third WSL title in a row this season  (Getty Images)
Eyes on the prize: Emma Hayes and Chelsea are looking to win a third WSL title in a row this season (Getty Images)

Chelsea Women boss Emma Hayes has urged her players to keep their feet on the ground as they look to win a third Women’s Super League (WSL) title in a row.

The Blues are currently top of the WSL and one point clear of Arsenal with just three games to go.

Hayes’ side are hosting Tottenham tonight, who they beat 3-1 on Sunday despite going a goal down and having goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger sent off.

“At this stage of the season, getting over the line requires detail and diligence and application of the game plan. I’ve got to make sure I enforce that as much as possible because as much as it was a great win at the weekend, it was just that, it’s just a win,” said Hayes.

“We haven’t achieved anything yet. We’re in the driving seat but we haven’t won anything, so we need to keep our feet on the floor.”

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