Di Matteo happy with squad
Roberto Di Matteo has ruled out radical changes to his Chelsea squad after seeing them slip to a 3-1 defeat against Brighton.
The Blues fielded a strong side against the Championship outfit that included the likes of new signing Eden Hazard and Fernando Torres but still managed to lose. Di Matteo has been busy in the transfer market this summer but is still in the hunt for more with Victor Moses still on his wanted list while a move for a striker to replace Didier Drogba and a new right back are also on his wanted list. However the Italian is refusing to panic and is happy with the squad at his disposal despite the obvious need for a new right-back following the departure of Jose Bosingwa. "There won't be any radical changes," he revealed after the game. "I am happy with the squad that we have. As far as right-back is concerned, we have Paulo Ferreira and young Sam Hutchinson who can play there, so, at the moment, we have some cover." Oscar and Juan Mata still have to come into the side and Di Matteo is keen to get his full squad working together as soon as possible. "Once everyone is back together, we can work to improve on areas," he added. "It's a problem that we have had players away at the Euros and Olympics, but we will try and get them to catch- as quickly as possible."