Glenn Hoddle believes Chelsea should appoint Ronald Koeman is their new manager in the summer.
Guus Hiddink has been placed in charge of the Blues until the end of the season following the sacking of Jose Mourinho.
Hiddink has set a leave date of May 29 and speculation is growing as to who Roman Abramovich will name as his replacement.
His compatriot, Koeman, has hinted he would love to manage the Premier League champions and thinks a recommendation from Hiddink could swing it for him.
Former Chelsea boss Hoddle thinks the Southampton chief would be a good choice after watching the Blues labour to a goalless draw at Watford .
He told BT Sport: "Somebody's got to go in there, they've got the talent there, let them play and get them organised a little bit more.
"I feel they're playing a little bit off the cuff. Guus is there for the short-term so he isn't worried too much about the long-term.
"For me looking forward I would definitely look at Koeman. I think Ronald Koeman has done a fabulous job.
"I think he would get them playing in the right manner, organised, they play with a bit of freedom but within a style and they know what they're doing.
"They're very organised, Southampton. What he's done with those players is absolutely fantastic, particularly last year, but with better players and backing, I think he could take Chelsea on.
"I wouldn't say it's an impossible job, with the owner and the size of the club and the new stadium coming. No, it's an exciting time.
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"They've had a wobble this season of course but I would say anyone out there worth his salt would want to have the chance of taking over at Chelsea, particularly with that squad.
"With Abramovich the purse strings are there. He wants to run it a little bit more like a business, a sensible business now, we know that.
"There still going to back the manager with some money there's no doubt about that."
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini , who has confirmed he will be replaced by Pep Guardiola at the Etihad this summer, is another candidate the Blues are considering.
Chelsea return to Premier League action on Sunday when Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United drop into Stamford Bridge.
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