Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has vowed to bring entertaining football to Stamford Bridge.
The Italian took charge of his first training session on Monday after he was appointed as Antonio Conte’s successor on Saturday.
“I want to play my football,” said Sarri.
“I want to enjoy myself and probably to win something.
“The players have to enjoy themselves. First of all, I hope the fans can enjoy the team. I want to bring enjoyment to the fans, the fans have to be proud of the team.
“One hundred per cent hard work and 90 per cent fun.
“It is impossible in my job to promise something else but I will surely give all in my possession to win something with Chelsea.”
Sarri believes he can impose his own style of play with just one or two adjustments.
Sarri said: “In Naples I was very lucky to find my players adapted to my way of football. They were strong as players, and strong from a human point of view.
“I was lucky to transport my idea of football onto the pitch, with the quality of these players.
“Chelsea is a good team, the problem is that in England there is another five or six very good teams.
“With one or two adjustments, we can try to play my football.”