Pep Guardiola has urged Chelsea to give Potter significant time to prove himself.
Graham Potter had a bright start to his Chelsea career going unbeaten in his first nine matches in all competitions.
His first defeat as Chelsea manager came against his former club Brighton where they were beaten 4-1 by the Seagulls.
Man City manager Pep Guardiola rates Potter for the job he has done at Brighton for the past few seasons and hopes Chelsea gives him time to succeed at Stamford Bridge.
The City boss said: “I’m not the right person to say that because it’s not my business. But if Chelsea accepts my humble advice, with no intention, give him time and he will do well.”
“No one has success from day one or two, I have a lot of admiration for his work.
“What he did at Brighton was beyond exceptional and I’m pretty sure with time he will do a good job, I don’t have any doubts.
“He is one of the best managers from my point of view, we have in this league.”