"I am not one of the best midfielders in the world or something like that".
The FC crew question whether anyone can overtake N'Golo Kante in the running for PFA Player of the Year.
Joao Castelo-Branco and Mark Ogden break down the all story-lines following Chelsea's FA Cup triumph over Man United.
The current favourite to win the PFA Player of the Year award has tipped a team-mate to win the gong instead of him.
NFL will fine players for attending event at Las Vegas casino
The NFL said it was unclear how many players participated. "This is one of those things you don't even think about", he said. After all, it's the league and its owners who couldn't resist the dollar signs attached to having a franchise in Las Vegas .
The French worldwide played a key role in Leicester City's unlikely Premier League triumph last season, and has continued his fine form for the Blues after completing a £32million move from the Foxes.
Kante was courted by both London clubs but says the club based in the west showed more interest, hence he signed for them.
Kante, who won the Premier League with Leicester City in 2016 and is on course to win the title again this year, at Stamford Bridge, left the King Power Stadium for £30 million ($37 million). We can all see what Eden Hazard is doing. "Tottenham are a good team playing very well, so it's not done and we have to fight". A professional career wasn't always certain and Kante has spoken about the rejection he faced before making it: "When I was young, between 13 to 18, I tried to get into professional academies like Rennes, Lorient, Sochaux maybe four or five different ones".
"Mathematically we need six wins, so we just need to focus on our way and win six games as soon as possible for this title".