Chelsea picked up their seventh successive Premier League victory on Saturday courtesy of a 2-1 success over previously unbeaten Tottenham at Stamford Bridge

The Blues were comfortably second best for most of the first half though, and found themselves behind just 11 minutes into the contest when Christian Eriksen’s excellent 20-yard strike sailed past the helpless Thibaut Courtois.

However, Antonio Conte’s Blues got themselves back into the match on the stroke of half-time through Pedro, and then took that momentum into the second half, netting through Victor Moses six minutes into the second period.

Photo: Marc Atkins / Offside.

Photo: Marc Atkins / Offside.

Moses’ goal proved to be enough to seal the three points for Chelsea, who returned to the top of the table having seen Manchester City and Liverpool overtake them earlier in the day.

It has been quite the turnaround from Conte’s men, who lost against Liverpool and Arsenal prior to winning seven games on the spin.

And it was Chelsea’s defence which let them down in the early stages of the season and, although that area has drastically improved seen then, Conte may still want a couple of players to strengthen his backline.

Thus, here is the dream Chelsea back three, including one key January target…

Brought to you by Shoot!