Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti says Filippo Inzaghi will be a good coach for AC Milan, should Clarence Seedorf leave the club.
Seedorf looks set to depart the Italian giants following a dispute with the club's management, and Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani have pinpointed Inzaghi as his replacement.
And Ancelotti believes the former Italy international - whom he coached during his time at San Siro - could be a huge success should he take charge of the senior team.
"Pippo has an extraordinary enthusiasm, a great desire, and has prior experience in the youth area," Ancelotti told reporters. "He certainly has all the features to [do well at Milan]... If he becomes coach, I wish him good luck."
Meanwhile, the three-time Champions League winning coach also admitted an interest in taking the Italy job in future.
"Coaching the your country's national side is always a goal," said the 54-year-old. "But [for the time being] I still want to be on the [training] field every day, I very much enjoy the daily relationship with the team.
"When I am no longer having fun ... I'll call the Italian Football Federation [FIGC]. When Prandelli's contract expires [in 2016]," he jokingly added.