Roberto Di Matteo has shrugged off the implications of Roman Abramovich's latest visit to Chelsea 's training ground, insisting he was more than happy to see the Russian there.
Blues boss Di Matteo confirmed Abramovich was at the club's Cobham headquarters Thursday amid reports he had questioned players and coaching staff following Wednesday night's 2-2 Champions League draw with Juventus.
Di Matteo admitted "it wasn't a particularly happy camp yesterday here" after what was the European champions' third successive game without a win and third this season in which their deficiencies have been ruthlessly exposed by big-name opponents.
Visits from an unhappy Abramovich have proven a bad omen for Chelsea managers since the Russian bought the club and Di Matteo could be forgiven for being alarmed at receiving one just seven matches into his reign as full-time manager.
But he insisted his only concern was Saturday's Barclays Premier League game at Stoke and that dealing with Abramov...