It's a matter of letting them [the players] know what it means when you come to the end of the season, what the Premier League and Champions League means to this club.
Now they're here, they have to feel the pressure and they are feeling it right now. That's why we just want to keep doing well and now they're starting to understand that we don't want to get beaten.
We just want to keep going and hopefully come the end of the season they will start to show the winning mentality even more that the manager is trying to install into them and we go on from there and win trophies.
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