Eden Hazard has said Chelsea are where they should be after Sunday's 2-0 win at Southampton moved them into the Premier League's top four.
Hazard opened the scoring and set up Diego Costa for the second to leave the Blues just a point behind the three teams above them.
"It's where we belong, it's where we want to be," Hazard told SFR Sport.
"At the end of the season we want to be in the top four to qualify for the Champions League next season. We played well, and I hope it'll continue for the rest of the season."
The victory was Chelsea's fourth in a row in the Premier League, and they have not conceded a goal during that run.
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It began after a heavy defeat at Arsenal in September saw manager Antonio Conte change to a 3-4-3 system.
"Since we switched to 3-4-3 we're winning games and we're not conceding, so it must have some role to play," he said.
"Everyone knows what they have to do. For me, it doesn't change a lot as when I played out wide, I came inside a lot."
Hazard took his tally to five goals in 10 Premier League outings and said: "I've had a very good start to the season, like the rest of the team.
"We're in good shape, and things are in place to do some good things. I'm happy with what I'm doing right now, and I'm helping the team win."