Former Chelsea striker Hernan Crespo wants new manager Antonio Conte to emulate Carlo Ancelotti when he takes charge of the club after the Euro 2016 Championship.
The 40-year-old confessed that Chelsea is still in his heart and his dream is to make a return at Stamford Bridge.
He was announced as new head coach of Serie B club Modena last summer but was sacked last March after a run of disappointing results.
"Chelsea is still in my heart. I'm trying to work my way - because I'm a manager now - and my dream will be, in a few years, to work with Chelsea," Crespo told talkSPORT.
"One day [I want to manage them]. I've started to build my career to come there.
"I'm very happy for him [Antonio Conte], I hope he does the same [as Carlo Ancelotti, who won the double]."