Chelsea boss Roberto di Matteo is happy to see Andre Villas-Boas bounce back at Tottenham.

While Villas-Boas is now in charge across London at Spurs, Di Matteo is looking forward to the new season with Chelsea after signing a two-year deal last month.

The Italian said: "I wish him the best of luck. He's a very good manager and I'm sure he'll be a success at Spurs.

"It doesn't surprise me (that he has been appointed). I think it's a good choice."

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