Chelsea are unbeaten since Tuchel’s arrival at Stamford Bridge at the end of January, winning eight of 11 games in all competitions.
The Blues have improved drastically at the back in that time and have conceded just twice during that run. But Monday’s victory over Everton was just the third time they have won a game by more than a one goal margin.
Chelsea lead Atletico Madrid at the half-way stage of their Champions League last 16 tie with a return leg at Stamford Bridge awaiting next week.
And while he is impressed with Tuchel’s impact in west London, former Arsenal defender Dixon believes a lack of a cutting edge in attack could be a factor in reaching the final stages of the competition.
‘I think Thomas Tuchel has a team playing in a way they enjoy – there’s an enthusiasm and competition for places,’ Dixon told BBC Radio 5 Live.
‘He is demanding performances that are sneaking out results.
‘He hasn’t had a multitude of goals and that might be something that holds them back in the Champions League, but they have a solid look about them. The pattern of play suits them.’
Olivier Giroud has chipped in with 11 in all competitions with Timo Werner on 10 for the season, with five of those coming in 23 Premier League starts.
ChelsTea are back in the top four after Monday’s victory over Everton at Stamford Bridge and are now just four points behind second place Manchester United.