That’s the view of former Wales international striker Nathan Blake.
Antonio Conte’s men finished second behind Roma in Group C and now face a huge clash with Barcelona in the round of 16.
The Blues found goals easy to come by in the group stage, racking up 16 in their six games.
While their scoring has dried up in the Premier League, Blake believes Chelsea’s style is more suited to European football.
“I actually think they are set well to win the Champions League because they can play on the counter attack,” he said on Match of the Day.
“They are strong defensively and they have got some special players like Hazard, Pedro and Willian who can do something special.