Manager Andre Villas-Boas remained in upbeat mood after seeing his stuttering Chelsea side, 10/1 with bookmaker to win the Champions League, held to a 1-1 draw by Genk.
The Blues have recently suffered Premier League defeats to QPR and Arsenal, and looked well short of their best as they could only earn a share of the spoils in Belgium.
However, Villas-Boas still believes that his side will reach the knockout stages of the competition as they currently top Group E with two games to play.
The Portuguese said: “Our job is to qualify first and that’s what we’d like to do.
“It’s not a bad result away from home, but it’s a game we expected to win. We have to react.
“When you get a bad run of results, you have to get a win straight away to take you out of the run.
“It’s back-to-back games without a win, but there’s a draw away from home in the Champions League, we still lead the group and now we go to Leverkusen.”