Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech refuses to accept that the Champions League is all the Blues have left this season.
Although it's the trophy the Blues most want after reaching the semi-finals four times in the last five years, the giant keeper insists they're still fighting for the treble.
Sunday's 2-0 defeat at Liverpool means Chelsea are five points behind Manchester United in the Premier League title race, who also have a game in hand.
Luiz Felipe Scolari's side also face Watford in the FA Cup and Juventus in Europe later this month, but Cech is keeping his eyes fixed on Saturday's visit of Hull City.
He said: "The Liverpool defeat doesn't put more emphasis on the Champions League. Eight points isn't a lot in football, especially in the Premier League.
"You could see last year Arsenal were eight points clear and came third, so we've got to keep winning and close the gap as soon a possible."
While Chelsea have only signed Ricardo Quaresma on loan from Inter, Tigers boss Phil Brown has boosted his misfiring squad with three new players this week before the window slammed shut on Monday.
Kamil Zayatte, Kevin Kilbane and Manucho have all made the move to the KC, and Cech admits the new boys will be gunning for glory at Stamford Bridge.
"They have nothing to lose," he said. "They can play for their glory. They had a bad run of results which ended with a draw against
West Brom. They've got a few players in, and I think they will want to show the manager they want to be there. This is potentially the danger factor of their team."
Frank Lampard will be available for the Blues after his red card against Liverpool was overturned by an FA independent panel on Tuesday.