Chelsea midfielder Oscar has told ESPN that the club will not make any sacrifices as they embark on run of four fixtures in nine days.
The Blues face Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday, before hosting Manchester United in their FA Cup Quarter Final replay less than 48 hours later.
They then play Rubin Kazan at Stamford Bridge in the first leg of their Europa League Quarter Final on Thursday before a home game against Sunderland in the league on Sunday.
However, Brazilian international Oscar has claimed that the club are not prioritising any particular competition, insisting the club want to win every game.
Elsewhere, goalkeeper Petr Cech became the second Blues player in two months to win his 100th international cap.
The 30 year old reached the milestone in Czech Republic’s 3-0 win in Armenia in the World Cup Qualifiers last night.
Ashley Cole made his 101st England appearance in the 1-1 draw in Montenegro last night, while Frank Lampard remains on 95 caps after being an unused substitute in Podgorica.
Elsewhere, Eden Hazard hit the winner for Belgium in their 1-0 win over Macedonia in the pick of the performances by Chelsea players on international duty.