Manchester United may be the focus of media reports regarding unrest in the dressing room but Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino does not believe it is a good time to face them.\r\n"I think we are all in a similar level with different situations, I don't say it is a good moment to go there," Pochettino told reporters on Tuesday.\r\n"We are facing a team that is going to be tough because they want to win and we want to keep our momentum and build from Brighton and be high in the table. It's important for us to be in a different position."\r\nPochettino declined to talk about the situation at United, preferring to look to the future at his own club.\r\n"I am not the person to talk about what is going on at different clubs. I am happy here in this project," he said.\r\n"I am focused on my club. We need to do better. It's a process I can explain but never compare with another club. We are building something we believe is going to be amazing, it is about a period of time and earning the thing we want."