Vieira said, “We just look at what he has been doing at Brighton, and analysing the first game [Chelsea] played in the Champions League.
“Seeing if there is something we can take to allow ourselves to perform in a better way.
“When a manager works well for a couple of years, he deserves a chance in one of the top teams. When you look at his record in the last couple of years, he's been doing fantastically well with Brighton and today he's with Chelsea. “I wish him all the best – after the game on Saturday."