Coventry City Assistant Manager Adi Viveash has been speaking to Goal.com about his time at Coventry City, as well as his previous spell at Chelsea.
Viveash joined the Sky Blues in 2017, but before that he was at The Blues and he spoke to Nizaar Kinsella, the Chelsea correspondent at Goal.com, about his time there five years on from guiding them to the UEFA Youth League title.
Adi reflected on his time at Chelsea, the players he worked with there and his departure from the Club in his interview.
"I will always be respectful of the role the Academy had on me and the people at Chelsea in that building,” said Viveash.
“I worked with some exceptional players and I was very fortunate. I have a good relationship still with a lot of them. It was a good time in my life.”
Viveash also spoke about his time at the Sky Blues too.
“The goal is to get back to the Championship.
“There is potential and the manager deserves tremendous credit for galvanising the public and players to become one and create an identity.
“They see players fighting for the shirt and they get it. I have really enjoyed this season because we play exceptional football and we are winning.
“That's what you want. I found this difficult since moving from Chelsea. Winning at Chelsea in an academy is important and development here is important. But, the winning in Chelsea is for tomorrow and here it is today.
“You develop in defeat but as a manager, you can't have too many defeats. That's difficult and I won't get used to it."
We spoke with Adi earlier this season and you can watch the interview on YouTube below: