The interim manager says he is looking no further than the weekend game against the Latics after a victory over Benfica sets up a tie with Pep Guardiola's European championsChelsea caretaker manager Roberto Di Matteo insists his mind is on Saturday's Premier League clash with Wigan - rather than the Champions League semi-final with reiging champions Barcelona.
The Blues claimed a place in the last four with their victory over Benfica, but Di Matteo refused to be drawn on how he will aproach the tie against Pep Guardiola's side.
"Well, let me enjoy this first of all and then we play Wigan on Saturday first of all, so we have to focus on that," he told ITV Sport.
"I would say so, [Barcelona] are probably one of the best teams in the world, if not the best team in the world and they have some wonderful players in their team.
"Yes [it is a challenge], but we’re happy and excited to be able to play a semi-final against a big team.”
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Di Matteo then stressed that he knew it would be a difficult game against Benfica, but said he was happy to have progressed.
"We knew before the game and we said yesterday as well that we were going to face a difficult game tonight and it proved that, Benfica’s a good side, they’ve showed that many, many times before, but we’re pleased that we are in the semi-final now," he said.
"I think just the second goal was missing to kill the game off because obviously with the 1-0 lead they still had a chance and they knew that, so I think we missed a lot of chances to kill the game."