Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes that the current composition of his squad has all the elements to win it all in England.
The west Londoners have beefed up their roster by signing world-class players Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas, and Filipe Luis, among others, who are perceived to be the final pieces of the Blues' puzzle.
"I have the squad I want to have, the right profile to attack the title," said the Portuguese mentor.
"Arsenal, Liverpool, United and City are all signing players and Tottenham are improving.But I start the season saying we want to be champions."
"I don't like not to win. I don't like it. Finishing third last season was good, but I was not happy. We will go to win the title. We will go for that."
Meanwhile, Mourinho has nothing but praises for Costa, who he thinks will be able to make a smooth transition in the Premier League.
"Diego is made. Physically, mentally, Diego is an end-product. The Premier League is difficult and he knows; he is ready. To play with the Chelsea responsibilities and pressure, he knows and he is ready, too," he added.
"I don't think it will be difficult for him to succeed. I feel he is the right guy to help the team to win things. He just needs to work with the new players, the new team and the new coach to adapt his football to a different way of playing."