Russia coach Guus Hiddink has revealed Roman Abramovich is planning for long-term success at Chelsea.
The Dutchman is a confidant of Chelsea owner Abramovich, who pays his salary as the coach rebuilding Russian football.
Hiddink told the Sunday Mirror: "In football things can change quickly. But right now moving to Chelsea is not a logical move.
"Roman and I have created a big project - Russian football for the 2010 World Cup.
Hiddink added: "He does not give orders. What he does is leave space for me to fill things in. The clearer I point out things to him about football, the better he likes it.
"Despite his huge wealth, Roman never abuses his status. I find him an incredibly relaxed person.
"At Chelsea, decisions are taking place in the short term. With Russia it's long term.
"That's why I thought it was so positive to receive a text message from him after the 3-0 defeat by England at Wembley. It said, 'Don't worry. We think the way Russia play is already more attractive than before'.