According to The Telegraph's Matt Law, Graham Potter held a number of 'heart-to-heart' personal talks with players, staff and members of the Chelsea board in the build-up to the Leeds game last week.
The head coach sought to reassure them of his plans and listen to any concerns they might have had.
It's claimed that Potter has impressed everybody at the club with the way he behaved at the lowest point in his time at Chelsea so far, with the team failing to win six games in a row.
Since then, the Blues have started to turn things around, beating Leeds in the Premier League and then overcoming a one-goal deficit to eliminate Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.
Chelsea co-owners Behdad Eghbali and Todd Boehly are delighted not only with the results but also with the atmosphere at Stamford Bridge for the Dortmund game - it's thought to be the best at a home game since pre-Covid.