Roman Abramovich is more than happy with Chelsea’s brand of football, according to manager Jose Mourinho.
The Blues are 10 points clear at the top of the Premier League following Sunday’s goalless draw at Arsenal and require two more wins to clinch the crown.
Wednesday’s trip to Leicester represents their first obstacle and they could confirm their status as champions by making it six points out of six at home to Crystal Palace on Sunday.
However, Mourinho’s decision not to field a recognised striker from the outset at the Emirates saw Gunners supporters label the league leaders as “boring” as they held out for a point.
However, Mourinho has rejected claims that the club’s billionaire owner is not satisfied with the way the Blues are going about their pursuit of silverware.
"Roman is very happy," Mourinho said. "I saw him hugging the players in the dressing room after the game.
"He can be in Russia and live the game the same way [that] he lives it in a box at Stamford Bridge but, yes, I think he's happy and I think every Chelsea fan is happy if we win the title.
“If we win the title, we have a fantastic Premier League with everything."
"For me, the beautiful game is to go to every game and know exactly the way you have to play and what you have to do. Against Arsenal we were brilliant.
"What is that, style and flair? The way people analyse style and flair is to take the goals out of the pitch.
“It's the football they play in the moon, where the surface is not good. Some holes. But no goals. When football becomes without goals you will say it's boring. You will say bring the goals back.
“Tell me in the Premier League who plays better than us? No one?
"Do you think there is in the Premier League one manager who will say that Chelsea don't deserve to be champions?
“I think, out of 19 managers, a huge percentage will say Chelsea deserve to win the league."
Meanwhile, Oscar has been passed fit to feature against the Foxes in midweek and Diego Costa is also expected to return to the squad after recovering from a hamstring problem.