Former Blues boss Gullit, who took Di Matteo to Stamford Bridge in 1996, moaned after Torresâ€™ miserable display against Juventus on Wednesday that it might â€śnot be a bad thingâ€ť if he were to pick up an injury because â€śat the moment they are playing with 10 menâ€ť.
Gullit added: â€śI am getting impatient with him. He is not involved. He is not in the places he has to be. Itâ€™s not enough. For a player of this standard, I want more from him.
â€śHe is not involved in the game at all. I am just trying to figure out what is wrong with this lad.â€ť
But Di Matteo rapped: â€śWeâ€™re happy with him.
â€śEven when he doesnâ€™t score he provides and works hard for the team and heâ€™s always an outlet for us.
â€śAt the moment there is no issue for us. Changing the system is not in discussion at the moment. We have a forward and weâ€™re happy with him.
â€śHopefully Daniel Sturridge will be fit and back soon as well. At the moment our system is playing with one forward.â€ť