Porto coach Jose Mourinho has admitted he expects a hostile reception when he attends Chelsea's Champions League semi-final against Monaco on Wednesday.
Mourinho has been widely tipped to take over from Claudio Ranieri at Stamford Bridge in the summer after impressing Blues owner Roman Abramovich.
"I will go to Stamford Bridge as an enemy," Mourinho said after his Porto side reached the European Cup final.
"I don't think enemies are welcome but I've got a ticket - and a bodyguard."
Porto beat Deportivo La Coruna 1-0 in the second leg of their
Champions League semi-final to book a place in the
final against either Monaco or Chelsea in Gelsenkirchen, Germany
on 26 May.
Chelsea manager Ranieri is preparing his side as they look to overturn their 3-1 first-leg defeat to Monaco.
However, the Italian admitted on Tuesday that he still expected to leave Chelsea at the end of the present campaign regardless of the outcome of Wednesday's tie.
Mourinho is favourite to replace Ranieri, but the Portuguese coach refused to comment on the speculation.
He added: "I will go there because I'm a professional and what I want
most now is to win the final.
"I don't feel any pressure at the moment because I don't
talk with clubs, directors, presidents or owners. I'm very
focused on my work.
"There's a person who looks after all that for me but I'm
very isolated from all of it.
"I'm concentrating on my work and
on the final and I'm not interested in talking about my future."