Cesc Fabregas revealed that Chelsea will not be holding a special party to celebrate their League Cup victory over Tottenham on Sunday.
Captain John Terry fired the Premier League leaders ahead at Wembley when Spurs failed to clear a corner on the stroke of half-time.
The west London side then doubled their lead in the 56th minute when Kyle Walker diverted Diego Costa’s shot into his own net as the Blues wrapped up a comfortable win.
Sunday’s triumph marked the first trophy of Jose Mourinho’s second spell at Stamford Bridge.
But with Chelsea still fighting for silverware in the Premier League and Champions League, Fabregas revealed that he and his team-mates would be returning home to rest up on Sunday night ahead of their Premier League trip to West Ham United in midweek.
Speaking to BBC Sport after Sunday’s win, Fabregas said: “We will stay here at Wembley for a while then get back on the bus to Stamford Bridge. But then we will get into our cars and go home to rest for Wednesday’s game against West Ham.
“We want to win the Premier League too – maybe we can have a big party at the end of the season.”
The Spaniard, who joined Chelsea from Barcelona in the summer, was thrilled to lift his first trophy with the west London club.
“It is always great to have this winning feeling,” he said. “It’s my first trophy at Chelsea so I’m very happy. It’s going the right way – we have a young team but also have a good mixture of experience, too.”