Chelsea captain John Terry says new Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will do well at Old Trafford.
The Portuguese joined the Red Devils after signing a three-year contract last week.
He takes over from Dutchman Louis van Gaal who was sacked despite winning the FA Cup against Crystal Palace in the final.
"It's fantastic news for Manchester United," said Terry, speaking at the Horan and Rose charity dinner on Sunday.
"I'm sure that United's fans and players will be delighted with that because, as I've said many times before, he's the best manager I've worked under.
"It was unfortunate the way it ended at Chelsea this year but I wish him well because he's also a great man. He'll be great for Manchester United, I'm sure.
The weather is slightly different maybe … but it's a fantastic place to be and I'm sure he'll settle in well with the likes of Ryan Giggs - hopefully he'll stay and support him as well.
"He'll get a great reception when he comes back to Stamford Bridge, for sure. First and foremost we have to look at ourselves this year and fight for the title."