Former Chelsea boss Roberto di Matteo insists their Champions League triumph hasn't hurt his career.
Di Matteo has run through a string of jobs, including with Schalke, since the 2012 victory.
The Italian said, "I'm taking a pause for reflection, it was fascinating to train in the Premier League but I liked Germany very much.
"For the victory in the Champions League, I do not think it has weighed on my career. It was a good story, I had a wonderful experience."
"He will have to change the mentality of the team, the game system."