After his brace helped move us on to 21 goals in just five games this season, Nicolas Anelka believes there is no reason why they cannot continue to flow.
The Frenchman earned high praise from manager Carlo Ancelotti for his display in Zilina on Friday night, grabbing two goals after laying on the first for Michael Essien to smash home as we set about our Champions League campaign in the same way as we did the Premier League.
The four-goal haul at Zilina was all the more impressive in that it was achieved without last season's top goalscorers Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard, who were absent owing to suspension and injury respectively.
Next up is newly-promoted Blackpool at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, and while taking nothing for granted, Anelka knows we are capable of continuing this run a while longer.
'Chelsea is a good team, we have a lot of big players and everybody can score, it is good for [us] and we just try to show it to everybody on the pitch,' said the 31-year-old. 'It is good for the confidence of the team because teams know everybody can score.
'We will try to do the same, even better. We start well and I hope it will continue in the same way.'
With games coming thick and fast for the next couple of weeks, it is likely Carlo Ancelotti will again rotate some of his squad for the Tangerines' visit, a procedure that Anelka insists the players fully understand.
'We know a lot of players will sometimes be on the bench to rest,' said the forward. 'We have so many games we know it is going to be tough this season and we have to rest, so everybody accepts it because we want to win.
'If you need a rest to be fresh to win games we will accept it.'
Nineteen-year-old Gael Kakuta is one man who has been touted for a start, which would be his first in Premier League football, and after two substitute appearances against West Ham and Zilina, Anelka believes his French compatriot is ready for action.
He said: 'I think so. He gets used to the first team now, he is playing every day with us, he is a good player and will show it.'
Whoever Ancelotti chooses, we will be heavy favourites for our first meeting with Blackpool since 1996, but their defender Luke Varney is hoping they enjoy their day in the capital more than they did against Arsenal a few weeks back, when they were beaten 6-0.
Following a 2-0 win at Newcastle, Ian Holloway's side are feeling confident.
'We spoke before about what we wanted from these two games and to be honest I would have taken a point from Newcastle but we can go to Chelsea now and enjoy ourselves,' said Varney.
'We are going to go there with the same attitude, the same group, the same togetherness. It will be a daunting proposition too but we know we can go into the match on the back of Saturday's game with a lot of confidence.'