Plymouth Argyle boss Ian Holloway believes Chelsea whizkid Scott Sinclair is destined for big success.
At the launch of his autobiography, 'Ollie', he told The Sun: "I thought we might have stood a chance of bringing him back again this season but unfortunately Chelsea have said they want to keep him.
"I spoke to Mr Mourinho and he said he quite likes the look of him so he wants to keep a close eye on him.
"Teams are only as strong as their weakest link and what we try to do is strengthen in our weakest areas.
"When we lost Scott, we lost a great impact player but now he's not around we don't quite have that same threat."
Holloway has backed Sinclair to go on to become a huge star for Chelsea and England.
He added: "The world's at his feet but it's up to him now.
"If he keeps his feet firmly on the ground and things don't go to his head, then he's got all the attributes that a young man who's hoping to play for their country needs."