The Blues are on their worst run of league type since 1996 after shedding 2-1 to Fulham at Craven Cottage on Thursday evening.
After 4 months in cost, the Blues have declined into tenth place within the Premier League, 10 factors behind fourth-placed Manchester United who’ve a sport in hand and are out of each home cups.
Requested about whether or not there are any indicators of enchancment, Potter couldn’t say however insists that he’s figuring out points that he can repair over time.
“I can’t sit here and say things are improving when the results are like they are,” Potter advised reporters.
“What we do know is that we know a lot more about the club, a lot more about the players, a lot more about what we need to do to get the club back to where we think it can be and should be.
“At the moment, it isn’t there. Lots of things have happened over a period of time that have manifested themselves into the situation we’re in now.
“Then we have to make sure we act well going forward. But at the moment it’s tough. It’s tough to see any light or any green shoots because we’re still hurting from defeat.”
Regardless of the defeat, the efficiency towards the Blues’ London rivals on Thursday was a step ahead however, with Joao Felix suspended and Denis Zakaria injured, Chelsea won’t have the ability to construct on it.
Both method, they’re determined for a win over Crystal Palace on Sunday at Stamford Bridge. Potter outlined why accidents and now Felix’s three-match ban are inflicting points.
“We’ve lost Reece, Wesley, Raheem and Christian so it’s almost like ‘back to the drawing board’,” he added. “That’s how it pretty much felt. It’s different things, it feels like you’ve taken one step and then all of a sudden something happens.
“You feel like you’re making progress watching Joao Felix and then all of a sudden, boof, he’s not here for three matches. That’s where we’ve been at the moment.
“I’m sure our supporters don’t want to hear that. They want to see better results and better performances but it’s the position we’re in and we’re suffering and trying our best to improve it.”