Antonio Conte has said that his "prayers are with" Ray Wilkins as the ex-Chelsea captain fights for his life following a heart attack.
Wilkins was placed in an induced coma earlier this week, less than a year on from undergoing double heart bypass surgery.
The 61-year-old has received a number of well wishes from former and current players, the latest coming from Conte ahead of Chelsea's meeting with Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, which the Blues went on to lose 3-1.
"We are very close to Ray and his family," he is quoted as saying by Chelsea's official account. "Ray is a legend in the history of this club and, for sure, our prayers are with him."
A spokesman for St George's Hospital said on Sunday evening that Wilkins's condition had not changed.