The Blues had a disappointing season last season finishing tenth on the League table at the back of a successful campaign under Mourinho. Despite making a quick recovery under new boss Antonio Conte, Cahill has reflected on what led to their poor performance last season.
The England International said: ‘We needed organisation. We went from winning the league to the disaster of last season. We lost our way tactically; everyone’s head was in different directions,
‘Everyone had different situations going on, whether you’re playing or not, the manager, or this or that. Different distractions are never healthy.
‘It is the hardest thing when everyone is not on the same wavelength. People talk as if you wake up one day and suddenly you’re a bog-standard player. It doesn’t happen.’
Since the arrival of Antonio Conte, Chelsea have shown better quality this season winning all of their League matches and it appears Eden Hazard has regained his form.