Former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez remains keen on the Chelsea job.

The Sunday Sun says Benitez is still interested in becoming the next Chelsea manager - despite protests from Blues fans.

Chelsea supporters chanted anti-Benitez songs at Birmingham in midweek after the Spaniard was linked with the role.

But he said: "When I went to Valencia they were in the final of the Champions League and I was coming from the second division with Tenerife.

"The fans complained 'he's a young coach' and they were not sure about me.

"After winning two league titles and the UEFA Cup, they loved me. So the fans know what they want to see - and that's their team winning.

"I have done the same for years at different clubs so I have experience.

"I won the European Cup with an English club. What are Chelsea looking for? A manager who can win in Europe.

"If they have someone that can guarantee they can win a lot of games and especially in the Champions League, they will be happy."