Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says the Premier League will be very interesting after a number of top quality managers all accepted a move to England.
The Spaniard will join the likes of Jurgen Klopp, Antonio Conte, Jose Mourinho, Arsene Wenger and Claudio Ranieri in what is expected to be a very entertaining campaign next season.
And he admits Chelsea have made a "great" signing after securing the services of "master tactician" Antonio Conte.
"I don't see it [Jose Mourinho] as a question," Guardiola told reporters.
"He wants to win, I want to win, we know each other pretty well from before at Barcelona.
"I think it's great that top managers are here, big managers take me as a manager to a different level. Competing with them takes me to another level, they push you to win things like the Champions League.
"And then you find out if you're big enough of capable enough of running teams like Barca, Madrid, Bayern, like Manchester City, but I've only just started here.
"It's going to be interesting.
"[Antonio] Conte is a master tactician, I think he's a great signing for Chelsea. It's going to be very interesting competing against him. Claudio Ranieri [at Leicester City] too. [Ronald] Koeman [at Everton] as well. It's hard to say how it's going to pan out."