Jorginho has made an immediate impact at Stamford Bridge, playing every minute of Chelsea's first four Premier League matches and completing 417 passes from the base of midfield, 48 more than any other player in the division.
Rather than build on what he had achieved, Sarri left Napoli after three years at the helm in order to join Chelsea but only after a contract dispute between him and the Italian club had been resolved.
Sarri guided Napoli to their highest ever points tally in Serie A last season, but they were pipped to the title by Juventus, who lifted the Scudetto for the seventh consecutive year. But, Max Allegri's side eventually emerged as champions and continued their dominance.
With this, perhaps it is fair to say that Jorginho has been enjoying life at Stamford Bridge and as he linked up with the Italian national team for the worldwide break, the midfielder has recently reflected on the deal that saw him swap sun-kissed Naples for the bright lights of London. I don't know why I am not at Napoli anymore, ask the club.
"I didn't win anything at Napoli whereas Conte won here, so it's hard to take his place", he said.
"Now I have Chelsea though and I'm happy". There were reasons why I wanted to stay at Napoli and there were reasons why I had some doubts.
"The release clause in my contract with Napoli expired on May 31, but De Laurentiis appointed Ancelotti on the 21st".
Sarri also revealed his desire to stay and coach at Stamford Bridge for a long time.
"It's totally different here", Sarri said. It's great to see supporters of opponent teams meet to have a beer together before the game.
Despite the circumstances of his exit, Sarri has stated that he wishes only the best for Napoli and Ancelotti and hopes the former Chelsea boss can topple Juve this season. Everything it's incredible here, there's nothing I don't like about it.