Mauricio Pochettino will let his players if they are unhappy at the club.
The Chelsea owners has been handing lengthy contract of seven or eight years which was unheard of in English football.
The club has signed a host of players since last summer and complacency could settle in the Blues squad in the near future.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino warns that the club needs to be happy with their performances on the pitch and not vice-versa.
He claims that none of his players would deserve to play if they don’t show the right attitude.
‘If you have an eight-year contract, you need to be responsible,’ Pochettino said. ‘Players need to show respect, need to show commitment, need to show the performance that we expect from them. If not, they’re not going to play.
‘Players that aren’t happy and don’t want to fight for their place, to be part of the team, playing or not playing, the door is open (to leave).
‘The players have a clear idea that they need to compete for their place and then it’s the coach that is going to decide who are the best for every single game.’