Rafael Benitez claimed it took him just one training session to see where Chelsea could improve.
Benitez was given just three days to pick the European champions up from Tuesday's fateful defeat at Juventus ahead of Sunday's top-of-the-table Premier League clash with Manchester City .
But the former Liverpool boss, controversially appointed interim Blues manager on Wednesday night , declared he had already spotted flaws that might explain Chelsea's recent slump during his first training session at their Cobham headquarters on Thursday.
And the 52-year-old had no qualms discussing them with his new players, whose confidence has been dented by a run of only two wins in eight matches that saw them slip from first to third in the league and to the brink of crashing out of the Champions League .
Benitez said: "We didn't talk about the Champions League or the next game but about little things I saw and we could improve a bit, and things they were doing well, which Roberto Di Matteo wa...