Cesc Fabregas talks about his future plans, low playing time

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas was named as the Man of the Match after the Blues' 3-0 triumph over Middlesbrough last night, and was interviewed by Sky Sports in a post-match hearing.

He added: "Tonight has been very, very emotional and disappointing for everybody and the last thing in my mind was whether there's been any contact on the bus on the way to Stamford Bridge".

Chelsea took just 23 minutes to open the scoring through Diego Costa, who latched onto a stunning pass from Cesc Fabregas and then doubled the lead after half an hour through Marcos Alonso.

With the result having all but ensured Middlesbrough's relegation from the Premier League, Conte stood applauding its travelling supporters before embracing its players and staff.

However, Conte, after a hard first couple of months, has rejuvenated the side and will complete a full circle if they beat West Brom on Friday night to reclaim the Premier League title.

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Luiz was brought back to Chelsea by Conte last summer after his two-year stint at Paris Saint-Germain and the Brazilian has been a consistent fixture in the Blues' starting line-up this season. A big win. Now we need to do another step.

"I think we are doing a fantastic job and now we need to have another step, another win, and celebrate".

"The target is very close and we must have enthusiasm, will, desire to take this target".

"From top to bottom we haven't been good enough".

"Now there is the pressure, but now it's a good pressure, a pressure that this pressure must bring excitement".

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"In that moment my players showed me great commitment to overcome this moment and to try to win the league". "I have no doubt there will be lots of changes at the football club - there always is - and to be honest, there probably has to be because of the manner of how we have been relegated". Then through hard work, he improved a lot. I've left a very silent dressing room.

"But at the same time it is great to see a team, that got relegated, to see the fans of the club stay and clap their players".

"We've pulled up short".

Middlesbrough Head Coach, Steve Agnew says everything going forward will be geared towards getting the club back to the Premier League.

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