Former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o has pleaded with incoming manager, Antonio Conte to restore Chelsea to their winning ways.
Conte will take over as manager after his national duty with Italy comes to an end after the Euro 2016.
Chelsea are currently languishing in 10th on the log, after a dismal season that will end without a silverware.
Antalyaspor striker Eto’o spent the 2013-14 season with the club, but failed to claim any silverware and, with the club enduring another barren year, he hopes the new manager can bring about a swift change in fortunes.
“I don’t think that a great manager as Antonio Conte needs my advice,” said Eto’o.
“I think that he’s demonstrated already to be one of the best in world football, he needs just to continue to work like this. He won a lot.
“Chelsea will allow him to work much better, thanks to the great players. Also, he was a great player.
“I just wish him good luck, because it is important in football. Conte, just let my Chelsea win again!”