Ghanaian footballer Baba Rahman believes Chelsea will start moving up the table with Guus Hiddink at the helm.
Former manager Jose Mourinho was sacked last week Thursday, with the club sitting 15thon the league log.
Deputy coach Steve Holland helped Chelsea in their 3-1 win over struggling Sunderland on Saturday.
“We have the fans behind us and with the new manager coming, we’re going to turn things around,” Baba told Sky Sports.
“The mood, I will say, is not so usual like before because of what happened but then we’re just looking forward to the future and putting things together.
“We are very much together and we hold dinner sessions together often and we don’t have any problems with each other.”
Baba joined Chelsea from Bundesliga club Augsburg at the beginning of the season.