Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti said he would be open to former coach Jose Mourinho returning to the club one day.
Moratti was speaking in reply to the Portuguse, now in charge of Real Madrid, claiming that he could see himself returning to work in Italy in the future.
But while Moratti wasn't ruling out such a possibility, he said that doesn't mean he doesn't trust Mourinho's successor, Rafa Benitez.
"Everything's possible but, I'm counting on Benitez and I hope he does well because I believe in him," he told Sky Sport.
"Mourinho also said these things about Chelsea, it's a cute thing to say but you can't have nostalgia in life, otherwise we should be thinking about [Helenio] Herrera.
"We love Mourinho and we're grateful for what he did, but now Benitez is at Inter to do well and we hope to be grateful to him too."