Chelsea have been winless since Frank Lampard’s appointment earlier this month.
The Blues has been languishing 11th in the Premier League standings and would most certainly miss out on Champions League spot for the next campaign.
They will face Real Madrid on Tuesday night for the reverse fixture of the Champions League quarter-final.
A victory by two goals against Carlo Ancelotti’s men could save the season for the West London outfit.
After Chelsea’s 2-1 defeat to Brighton over the weekend, owner Todd Boehly spent an hour in the dressing room and addressed the squad.
Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga was asked what was said in the dressing room.
Kepa said: “It is not a good season for us. What we have to do is believe until the end. In this stadium, things like Remontadas can happen. It happened before.
“We have to believe it can happen and have to deliver. We have to do our best and do the right things, we need a big performance – not of our lives maybe, but a big performance.
“Todd comes to the changing room in every game.
“He had different chats with us after different games. I am not going to say what he said. It is normal when he came into the changing room.”