Paris Saint-Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti has admitted he continues to be haunted by the shadow of José Mourinho.
Paris is one of the most likely destinations for Mourinho if, as is expected, he leaves his post at Real Madrid coach next summer, and Ancelotti is already feeling the heat.
PSG are currently fourth in Ligue 1, six points behind league leaders Lyon, despite spending vast amounts of money on Zlatan Ibrahimovich, Enique Lavezzi and Thiago Silva in the summer.
After PSG beat Porto on Tuesday to finish top of their Champions League Group, Ancelotti was asked about the Portuguese coach.
"Mourinho is a guillotine above my head," he said. "When a team begins the season with grand objectives and then things go wrong, people start criticising the coach, and that creates instability."
However, the Italian has not given up hope of his stage turning things around, adding: "I think the win over Porto will spur us on to turn things around."