Nicolas, have Chelsea recovered from the disappointment of missing out on the Premier League title last weekend?
Nicolas Anelka: There wasn’t too much disappointment because we’d come back into contention from far behind. We hoped we’d win but we also knew that the title wasn’t in our hands. In spite of everything, it was down to what Manchester United did. They were ahead for most of the race and deserve their title. They had a good season. It’s been good for us to feel the pressure lift a bit so that we can come back fresh. Can you feel the pressure rising again? Are the players getting impatient? Not yet. In any case, I don’t read the press so I’m not even aware of what proportions it’s taking in England. I think the pressure will come in the last few days before the final, especially when we arrive in Russia. Chelsea were level on points with United going into the last round of the Premier League, so will there be a sentiment of revenge going into Wednesday’s final? Revenge, no, but as they won the championship we’ll try to win the Champions League. Otherwise, that would leave our season look