We're the team to fear: Cech tips Chelsea to win the Quadruple

Last updated at 10:31 24 January 2008

Petr Cech boasted today that Chelsea are capable of winning four trophies this season after they reached the Carling Cup Final.

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The keeper warned their rivals that Avram Grant's team are only going to get stronger and believes that the showdown with Tottenham is a sign of things to come.

Chelsea got through to next month's Wembley showpiece with a 1-0 win at Everton last night to secure a comfortable 3-1 aggregate triumph.

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They were missing eight key players and have endured problems with injuries, absence and management change. But their prospects of winning the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup are all still good, too, with the return of most of their star men on the horizon.

Cech said: "Chelsea are the team to fear now. With everything that has happened this season, we have got through with great character and hope we can keep going like that right until the end.

"Winning all four competitions is possible. We have people missing at the African Nations' Cup, important players are injured and we are using all the squad.

"It is great to know that everyone here has the quality and that we can keep playing well and winning. Imagine the day when everyone comes back.

"We will be stronger again and be able to rotate and rest players. We are really looking forward to the next part of the season."

The goalkeeper said facing Spurs in the final will make a pleasant change after beating Liverpool and Arsenal when they won the competition in 2005 and 2007.

But Joe Cole, who scored last night's winner, insists there is no room for complacency.

He said: "We are here to win trophies and there are four up for grabs. This is the first one we can win, so it would be nice to do it.

"We have got half the job done, but it is no good getting to finals and not

winning them. It will be a cracking game to have a London derby at the new Wembley."