ROMAN Abramovich can sleep soundly now Chelsea have made history as London's first ever Champions of Europe.
That's according to John Obi Mikel, who adds that if it was up to him, Roberto Di Matteo would be made permanent Chelsea boss.
In an incredible see-saw Champions League final in Munich, Chelsea made history by beating hosts Bayern Munich on penalties in front of their own crowd.
Mikel said: “I think we have made names for ourselves. We are the first club to win this trophy from London.
“I think it is just fantastic, it is amazing! We are back in the Champions League again.
“The owner has made it clear to us that this trophy is the trophy he wants to win. And now that we have done that, I think that he is a very very happy man tonight! He is going to go home and sleep very well!”
Asked about the man who led the club to it's debut Champions League win, interim boss Di Matteo, Mikel said: “Robbie is a very very happy man for what he has achieved.
“I think he is going to be very very happy whether he gets the job or not. He has done fantastically well. And we, the players, are very very happy with what he has done.”
And he said the Italian should now been made permanent boss at Stamford Bridge : “It depends on the club. I would like to see him get the job. I, personally, would like him to get the job.
"But, at the end of the day, the club will make the right decision.”