"I could have waited until August 31 to see what could happen, I am not that type of person.
"When we were sensing the situation was not going to happen, we made our decision and I am very happy to have (Sulley) Muntari.
"He is a good boy, a good player, I always like players who previously worked with good managers and he worked with one of the best in English football, so he will have learned a lot with Harry (Redknapp).
"I prefer to think about Sulley than about Frank Lampard.
"He will be in Chelsea, it is because he will be happy, and I have no more comment about it."