Speaking to Sky Sports, Paul Merson said: "Chelsea are a dangerous animal, they've got some unbelievable players and they just need to click — at times against Leicester City they did. Bad teams don't score the goals like they did.
"It was an outstanding week for Chelsea, with wins over Leeds United, Borussia Dortmund and Leicester, and now with Everton at home next they can get on a roll. Football is a funny game how it can change so quickly.
"If the Champions League quarter-final draw goes their way, bar Manchester City and Bayern Munich, I don't think too many teams will want to play Chelsea. If they don't meet those two then I think they'll get through to the semi-finals."
Things are finally looking up at Chelsea under new manager Graham Potter with the Blues winning all three of their last games across all competitions.
It's clearly to early to write off the 2022/23 campaign with Chelsea securing their place in the Champions League quarter-finals ahead of Friday's draw.
Paul U. Richards