Mason Mount scored a brace against Aston Villa on Sunday.
New boss Graham Potter is now unbeaten in his last six games since his arrival from Brighton last month.
Chelsea have moved up to fourth position in the league table after sealing three points against Aston Villa at Villa Park.
Mason Mount who scored a brace that afternoon believes the squad are willing to suffer for success.
Mount said: “We know we can do better, but we stuck it out, dug in and got the win. The gaffer says a lot we have got to suffer in games sometimes. We did that.
“We know as players in the game we’re not going to have the ball for the whole game. We are playing against top opposition who are going to have the ball and have chances.
“We have got to suffer through those times. I felt like we did that in the first half. The game didn’t feel right, but the most important thing was we came through and got into half-time 1-0. Then we can take a breather, speak, and see where we could change.
“We came out second half, regrouped, changed a few things to see how we could have more possession and create chances.”