“Stay greedy. That’s very important, I have no doubt about that, but it’s clear that we have to do that. After the Champions League final we had about four weeks where everybody was patting us on the back and it was brilliant wherever we went.
“It’s just nice, but in a different world things like this can soften you and it can take the power out of you a bit. We are not like this, but it’s a fact that it could happen. We only have to do the same again, and with a couple of things we maybe didn’t do too well, we have to do better. Knowing that something works out helps you to believe that it’ll work out again, 100%.
“That helps when I try to convince the boys that anything is possible. Thank God I’m not the only one in the dressing room who thinks that these things are possible, and that helps a lot.
“The Super Cup itself is not a cup that I’ve really loved to watch in the past because I was often the beaten finalist in the Champions League or Europa League.
“The Super Cup is obviously the final proof; if you are not in that game, it means you didn’t win the final. That’s completely different this year, so we’re looking forward to it. It’s a big one.
“It’s a final, but the big difference between the Champions League final and this game is that it’s a new season, a different opponent. I think Chelsea have changed a lot: a new manager, Eden Hazard is not there anymore.”