"Cardiff, in contrast, have not won yet but I don't think their manager Neil Warnock will be too concerned, even if they lose again on Saturday".
Sarri, however, has spoken to Terry about his plans, and said that the 37-year-old will always be welcome back at the West London club that he considers "home" if he wishes to return. If he wants to play for another season, I think it's right that he tries to play.
Speaking in an interview with BBC Sport, Lawrenson said: "Like Liverpool and Watford, Chelsea have got a 100 per cent record from their first four league games and I see that ideal start continuing here".
Terry left Chelsea in 2017 after almost 20 years at the club, where he won five Premier League titles. I don't want to go there and not have a shot on target, but we've got to have players at their best abilities to give them a game'.
Chelsea will be confident of continuing their ideal winning start to 2018/19 when they host a struggling and winless Cardiff City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
"I think in the coaching staff, I think", he explained. "I am trying", Sarri said.
"They are an ambitious club and I have been very impressed with their professionalism. [But] in this first period, for me, it was very important not to change, especially the defensive line".
"Yesterday [Thursday] there were problems with fever for Emerson [Palmieri] and [Davide] Zappacosta, and a little problem after the match with the national team for Loftus-Cheek".
Sarri's smoking ban would be only temporary, "for one, two years, yes".
'He has been training with the team during the week, so now he only has to improve his physical condition.
"In a few days, one week, he will be ready to play. For the moment, I'm really very happy to stay here".