Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has hit back at criticism from former Liverpool defender and BBC pundit Alan Hansen.
Hansen criticised Blues duo Jose Bosingwa and David Luiz following the Wolves tie two weeks ago, when he stated: "Bosingwa makes Luiz look like a world-beater at times. He is so bad it's embarrassing."
Villas-Boas was clearly unhappy at the comments and took the chance to defend his players once more.
"I really can't get myself involved with these people again. Alan doesn't have the privilege that I have, to work with these players every day. If everybody had perfect games, first media pundits would have no jobs because there would be no one to criticise."
Chelsea host Sunderland in the Premier League this afternoon.