Bosingwa’s days at Chelsea aren’t looking quite as numbered as they did six months ago. After receiving the blow that he was to miss the 2010 World Cup, Bosingwa’s usual starting spot at Chelsea seemed to be up for grabs under then-coach Carlo Ancelotti. That having been said, Bosingwa amassed no less than 20 appearances in the league last term. Many of those, however, were from the bench or involved him getting substituted out in the second half. Under new coach Andre Villas Boas, life has returned to Bosingwa’s play. The right back has made the right back spot his own this season. His contract is due to expire at the end of this season, but as a result of his stellar performances, Chelsea is eager to renew it.