Chelsea midfielder, N’Golo Kante, has advised the club to prioritise Premier League top-four finish ahead of the Europa League final.
Chelsea are currently in fifth position on the Premier League table with 66 points from 34 games.
The Blues are also in the Europa League semi-final after defeating Slavia in the quarter-final second leg encounter on Thursday.
Maurizio Sarri’s men will tackle Eintracht Frankfurt in Europa League semi-final tie next month but Kante wants the West London club to first go for fourth place finish in the English top-flight league.
Speaking ahead of Chelsea’s Premier League against Burnley on Monday, Kante was quoted by Mirror UK as saying: “The Europa League final is a target for the club and us, and it’s what we will try to do.
“We are three games away from the Premier League title but we need first to go for fourth and then do our best.
“Slavia was an important game for us, it was important to win and qualify and we did the job. We are happy with the win.
“The second half was a bit difficult. They scored two beautiful goals but, in the end, we went through and that’s the most important thing.
“It was a good feeling to be three goals up so early but we knew they were a good team with good fighting spirit because it’s what we felt away in the first game.
“They did very well in the second half and it was difficult but to score three goals in the first half was very good.”