The Blues' world has seemingly been turned upside down since Ray Wilkins left Stamford Bridge, with the team struggling to pick up three points as they let their early season advantage slip.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti has come under pressure because of recent results and with a game against Arsenal to come next the Italian could find himself under further scrutiny if he doesn't achieve a positive result.
Rumours that the players have begun falling out have also been circling Chelsea recently but Terry has been quick to pour cold water on them, stating the team are united in their goal to retain the title.
"I have seen a couple of things about the players questioning each other and not being committed enough - it's absolute rubbish. It's so frustrating to read," said Terry.
"The players are so passionate about turning this corner and going on a good run. We believe playing like we did against Spurs, we can win the League again.
"As long as we stay solid on the pitch, the fans stay with us, I'm sure playing like this, we're going to be back."