Lollichon, who worked with Cech at Rennes before linking up once more at Stamford Bridge in 2007, praised the number one's professionalism.
He told chelseafc.com: "Petr is a fantastic man,' he said. 'He tries to do everything to maintain his performance, and he has all the qualities - mentally, tactically, physically. He is special, the complete goalkeeper.
"For his country to have him is very lucky, but he has been unlucky that it has been difficult to win titles. Czech Republic is not a big country, but they had a very good generation a few years ago, and he won the European Under-21 Championship against France in 2002, because of his penalty saves.
"To play 100 times is a fantastic achievement, but it is normal because Petr is one of the best goalkeepers in the world."