I learned a lot from Mourinho and Ancelotti - Drogba.
Didier Drogba is convinced playing under Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti will enable him to have a successful career in management.
The Chelsea legend, who retired earlier this week after a glorious playing career, played under Mourinho and Ancelotti at Stamford Bridge and he reckons their influence would do him a lot of good in the dugout.
"I've met enough managers to make it possible," the 40-year-old told Soccer AM. I've worked with a lot of managers - different skills, different approaches - and I've played with a lot of very good players who understand the game.
Read More: Where is next for Cesc Fabregas.
"I learned so much that this could be an option, a good option.
"When you have Mourinho, Ancelotti, all these managers, and players like Frank Lampard, John Terry, Michael Ballack, Petr Cech, all these guys, you learn a lot.
"In a dressing room you experience so many things so when I ask if management could an option. Why not? I think I could do well."
Drogba's won four Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three EFL Cups and the Champions League title during his time at Chelsea.