Didier Drogba admitted it "would be fun" if
The Portuguese, who won back-to-back Premier League titles with the London club in his first spell in charge at Stamford Bridge, has been linked with a return to the Blues following the sacking of compatriot
Terry added: "It's all speculation at the moment, obviously he (Mourinho) was a fantastic manager and a very good man-manager as well. But Robbie (
Terry and Drogba insisted the senior players had given their backing to Villas-Boas and said claims that the squad veterans were a massive influence in the dressing room were wide of the mark.
"In all clubs, when players don't play, there's always misunderstandings and people upset about not being played," the former England captain said.
"I think because it's Chelsea, people have got this thing about the senior players, (that they) have got a massive influence and I can assure you that's not the case and it hasn't been since I've been at the football club.
"All the players care about
"Collectively, not only him, although unfortunately it falls on his head, I think the players and the manager will make mistakes together.
"We all wish him well, he's got a very good future. He's very young as well. This can be a learning experience for him and myself. I got on very well with him."
Asked if he was enjoying himself,
He added: "At this stage of the season, we have a job to do."
He said: "We are all human beings - it affects you. We can now look at two games, three goals, two clean sheets.
"I think with every win you gain a little bit of confidence and belief.
"They are fantastic players and you just have to perfect winning the games and the belief will come back, and I'm sure we'll have better games as well."
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