Antonio Conte admits he might be something of a go-to manager when a club needs fixing.
But the Chelsea manager hoping for a first Premier League win in four attempts at Hull, reckons the comparisons between Blues and an indifferent Juventus when he first started at the Bianconeri in 2011 are wide of the mark.
He probably didn't mean to, but he suggested a Chelsea squad with loads of talent shouldn't be where they are: namely, eight points shy of leaders Manchester City already.
"I think that I have two different situations," he said.
"I can't compare my first season with Juventus with this because there are many differences. The value of the players is not the same.
"The talent that there is now in our team, in Chelsea, for sure is more than Juventus in my first season.
"But, also, we must understand that you don't win just with talent. With talent, you must add running, intensity, sacrifice, wanting to win the ball when you lose it... all of this.
"We are working very hard on these aspects to improve them."