Chelsea's new manager Luiz Felipe Scolari insists he can handle the pressure of expectation from the club's hierarchy and fans.
Former Brazil and Portugal coach Scolari, who took over on 1 July, said: "I know the pressure to win every game.
"We have a pressure and I know how to manage it as in Brazil they eat and sleep football - it is all football.
"So because of pressure from my own people I think I am prepared for this and in my mind I feel prepared."
Scolari led Brazil to a World Cup triumph in 2002 and has won the Copa Libertadores, which is the South American equivalent of the Champions League, twice with Gremio and Palmeiras.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich appears desperate to win the Champions League and he will be hoping Scolari is the man to deliver that prize after former bosses Jose Mourinho and Avram Grant failed on that front.
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