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May 11, 2014

Mourinho: City are worthy winners

A bullish Jose Mourinho was left wondering what might have been on his Chelsea return and pondering his summer options after a Premier League-concluding win at relegated Cardiff.

Fernando Torres is mobbed after scoring Chelsea's winner at Cardiff.
Fernando Torres is mobbed after scoring Chelsea's winner at Cardiff.

Fernando Torres netted the decisive strike in a 2-1 win after substitute Andre Schurrle had cancelled out Craig Bellamy's first-half opener.

Mourinho was left to bemoan the controversial losses at Aston Villa and to Sunderland after the Blues finished four points behind champions Manchester City at the end of a rare trophyless campaign for the self-proclaimed Special One.

Asked if Manuel Pellegrini's men, beaten twice by Chelsea, were worthy winners, Mourinho said: "I believe so. They are champions. They have four more points than Chelsea, two more points than Liverpool. They are not guilty of Aston Villa-Chelsea and Chelsea-Sunderland, it's nothing to do with them. They deserve [it].

"I never did [finish third]. It's the first time. Third position is not a drama. It's a position we have to accept in this transitional period. You can't click your fingers and success arrives. This season it almost happened, but, for the last time, Aston Villa-Chelsea and Chelsea-Sunderland makes it more difficult.''

Mourinho, who will present his end-of-term report to the Chelsea hierarchy on Monday, mentioned the two losses on six occasions while promising a title challenge next term.

He added: "Next season, if we do our work in a successful way during the summer market -- I know the club is trying to do everything to make that period a successful period for us -- I want to start day one saying that we are going to fight for the title.

"We need to improve and we don't run away from that responsibility. The club will not run away from the responsibility of bringing a couple of important players to us. [And] I will not run away from my work to keep developing the team.''

Mourinho insists the Chelsea squad does not require major surgery and wants to keep out-of-contract trio John Terry, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole, who is considering his options away from Stamford Bridge after eight years.

Cole, who was second-choice left-back this term, captained Chelsea in the absence of Terry and Lampard -- both of whom are reportedly pondering contract extensions on reduced terms.

Asked if that was Cole's final appearance, Mourinho said: "I don't know, but I don't think so. He was not the captain to say goodbye in a nice way, he was the captain because he was the player on the pitch with more years of Chelsea.''

Nevertheless Cole and other senior personnel will have to accept a more peripheral role if they are to stay on.

Mourinho expects Torres will stay, despite suggestions Chelsea will cut their losses on the 50 million pound striker.

The Blues boss said: "I think he will be at Chelsea. I don't know, I cannot say. The summer is a long summer. I can't believe that my next Premier League match I have to wait for three months.

"During these three months a lot of things can happen. Samuel Eto'o will finish his contract with the club so the normal situation is that he is leaving. We want to bring in a striker. Fernando and Demba [Ba] have contracts and have different situations. I am happy with them. [It is] no problem for me that they stay at the club if they are happy and committed.''

Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists there is quality in his squad which was evident on the final day.

"Everyone can see signs,'' he said. "Of course, the difference in quality started to show in the end.''

Craig Bellamy, meanwhile, will take time to consider his future at his hometown club.

Solskjaer added: "We've had chats. He's going to think about what he wants to do. For everyone in the club it's been a long, trying and testing period. You need some time to reflect and think about where you want to go and what you want to do.'' Solskjaer knows the characters he wants at the club.

"It's got to be lads who love playing football, love that side of it, not the other side of football -- the cars and all that flash bits,'' he said. "The players here have got the experience of the Championship and that experience is something we've got to draw on.''

Solskjaer also has the support of controversial owner Vincent Tan.

"We did have a good chat last night,'' the Norwegian added. "I know where I want to go and what we have to do as a club. It's important for me that he trusts me to keep managing the club and taking it forward.''

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