Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has outlined his ambitions to win this seasons Europa League ahead of his sides clash against Hungarian side MOL Vidi tonight at Stamford Bridge.
Former Napoli boss Sarri spent much of his coaching career in the lower reaches of Italian Football so he has never won any major silverware.
While the 59-year-old admits that for a club of the stature of Chelsea competing in the Champions League is the real aim, he will be doing everything he can to lift the Europa League trophy next May.
“I think at the moment for my club it’s more important to be in the Champions League,” Sarri said in his pre-match press conference.
“To play in the Champions League is more important at the moment. I want to arrive in the end in the Europa League.
“I am here to win, I want to win, I want to win something. I hope to be able to do it.”