The Spain international tops the Premier League scoring charts
Diego Costa scored the only goal of the game against West Brom, before declaring Chelsea aren’t seeing the very best from him yet.
His second-half strike was enough to down an in-form Baggies side and return the west Londoners back to the top of the table and three points clear of second-placed Arsenal.
But despite moving top of the scoring charts and equalling the tally of 12 goals he scored last campaign, the Brazil-born striker believes he can do more to help Antonio Conte’s men further consolidate their place at the Premier League summit.
“I am in great form, but not the best. The best way to attack is to defend well,” said Costa.
“They had a few chances in the beginning, but we are well organised and strong.”
Victory extended the Blues’ winning run to nine games thanks to Costa’s goal which came from a ball played up field to him by Cesc Fabregas.
“It was a good pass but it was all about Diego for the goal, he made the pass special,” said Fabregas.