Jose Mourinho believes Chelsea have the players to win the Champions League again this season but denies doing so is an "obsession" for him.
Mourinho has landed European football's biggest prize on two previous occasions with Porto and Inter Milan.
He was, however, unable to guide the Blues past the semi-final stage during his first spell in charge at Stamford Bridge and was watching from afar as Roman Abramovich's dream was finally realised by Roberto Di Matteo in 2012.
Mourinho concedes that he is hoping to "build a dynasty" after returning to the Chelsea hot-seat, but insists no emphasis is being placed on the need to be successful in continental competition.
Ahead of a Group E opener against Basel on Wednesday, he said: "Let's see what happens. I have to focus not on the past but on the future.
"There's no obsession for me with this competition. No obsession for Chelsea. But I want to win it for a third time, and I want Chelsea to win it for a second time.
"This is the beg...