Chelsea face league leaders Manchester City tonight as they look to stay in the title race.
But, after losing back to back games, another defeat would almost end any hopes of a being involved in the title race.
They go into tonight game with the daunting prospect of falling out of the top four and 13 points behind City.
And Ince thinks their problems lie up top.
“The problem with Chelsea is that they don’t score enough goals,” he said on Football Focus.
“Eden Hazard, Alvaro Morata, Olivier Giroud they don’t score enough.
“Maurizio Sarri said they hit the ground running, and people thought this is it, but he still has players to bring in.
“Every team has blips, Tottenham were fantastic and Wolves had enough chances to win the game.
“He is a fantastic manager and he went down to the lower levels – young aspiring coaches and managers can make their way up and he is a prime example of that.”
Chelsea have come under scrutiny for some of Maurzio Sarri’s tactics not paying off and N’Golo Kante and Jorginho have come into the spotlight.
But Jermaine Jenas insists Pep Guardiola suffered bigger problems in his first year in charge.
He said: “Pep Guardiola had worse problems in his first season at Manchester City than Maurizio Sarri is having at Chelsea. It took him a lot longer than it took Sarri.
“When I hear these things being said about Chelsea I wonder what is going through people’s minds. You have to let these mistakes happen as you’re expecting people to do different things.
“The only thing is Sarri seems happy to leave his players out there and say ‘they haven’t done this and that’.”