Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri open to John Terry return in coaching role

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri open to John Terry return in coaching role

"I think it is very hard for me and every coach", Sarri told a media conference on Friday.

Blues coach Maurizio Sarri has led his side to a ideal winning record of four victories in a row which has also seen an impressive 10 goals scored.

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri can be hopeful with his squad depth this season and the performance of his players.

Sarri has enjoyed a fast start in his initial campaign in England as the Blues recorded four wins on-the-trot in as many Premier League games.

"It is very hard materially, it is important to win every ball, to play and have good positions and distributions".

"It's very hard. The gap last season was 30 points (between fifth-place Chelsea's 70 and City's 100) so to go above 30 points in one season is very, very hard". "But the average after the worldwide break was only 1.31 or 1.32".

"Mentally the match after the (international) break it is very hard; materially because we will play against a very physical team", he said. "For the moment, the captain is Azpilicueta, I will tell you the final decision after I talk with the players and club".

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Sarri spent the September worldwide break in England, dividing his time between walking his dog Ciro around the large garden of his new house a short drive from Chelsea's training ground in Surrey - "Similar to my name", he joked - and studying video of his team's upcoming opponents.

'In a few days, one week, he will be ready to play.

Sarri says he could try to stop smoking for "one, two more".

Winterburn has been impressed by the impact Sarri has made in west London and says he could transform them into a "sensational" team.

"I hope in the future I will be able to give him space, to give space to [Callum Hudson] Odoi and [Ruben] Loftus-Cheek". "For me, my life is on the pitch with the players".

"I think Federation Internationale de Football Association has to change something for the national teams, because with four or five worldwide breaks it is very hard for us".