Source: ITV Football
Tottenham defender Kyle Walker believes taking a point at Stamford Bridge will help as Harry Redknapp's team continue the fight to finish third in the Barclays Premier League.
A run of recent poor form has seen Spurs surrender third in the table to north London rivals Arsenal but picking up a point at Chelsea has helped arrest the slide.
Walker told Sky Sports 2: "It's a step in the right direction after the results that we've been having.
"I thought we were organised, and as a defensive back five with Scott Parker in there, I'm pleased with the point.
"We've got to keep believing in ourselves as a squad and as a team."
Spurs striker Emmanuel Adebayor, who had a chance cleared by defender Gary Cahill after rounding goalkeeper Petr Cech, added: "I tried but it was a great comeback from Cahill."
Adebayor agreed that Spurs need to keep faith in order to peg back the Gunners.
"We just have to keep believing and keep doing our thing," he said. "It was very important to keep a clean sheet (against Chelsea). Now we have to keep the belief going and keep working hard.
"If we keep working hard to the end of the season we will see what we can achieve."
Redknapp was pleased with the way his side performed and with draw which kept them five points above Chelsea in fourth in the table.
He said: "It's a big point for us, it keeps them five points behind us now.
"I thought we were excellent today. It was a good performance against a good team."
Redknapp claimed that despite a poor run of results his side had not lost confidence.
"I've been pleased with us. We haven't been bad. We haven't been playing badly and the confidence has never gone."
Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo admitted the draw suited Spurs more than Chelsea in the race to claim a Champions League spot.
He said: "We knew that we were behind and we had to catch up points. It's a game less for us and it's not going to be easy."
Di Matteo said that a draw was the right result, and he added: "I think it's a fair result. Both teams had chances to win the game.
"They defended very deep and they are dangerous on the counter attack as well and we had to be balanced in that sense."