Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho doesn't care how his side land the Premier League title – as long as they go out and win it.
Five wins from their last eight games will secure the silverware for the Blues, starting at west London rivals QPR tomorrow.
But for a manager whose seven title in four countries has seen him win them every which way, he has no preference as it how it happens.
Mourinho said: “It's more fun when we are champions, that's when the fun begins.There's been lots of situations and I can't tell you the best one. I don't care.
“My first one at Chelsea was when we beat Bolton. Then we played Charlton and (Claude) Makelele scored, which was a miracle. That was fun. Th second was against Manchester United with three games to go.
“My first time at Porto I was suspended and stuck in the box, I don't know what I did. My second time with Porto was in a hotel, as our title rivals drew while we were still in the hotel
“My first at Inter was in a hotel too and the second was in the last game of the season. At Madrid I won what was called the 100 points title, and we won it with three games to go at Bilbao.”