basically I'm working on project X. I joined my company 1 year and a half ago and started working on that project under the lead of developer Bob, Bob is extremely professional and has the skills to lead the project in the right spot.
After some time (2 months) Bob began to work on another project due to the fact my skills were enough to lead the project without him and managing the team, so basically i was promoted to TeamLeader of that project so Bob could work on other projects .
Now, after 1 year of lead, the project ended in such a good way that the client asked us another big evolutive (like 1 year of development), and my boss said that Bob is going to take the lead of the project.
Note that I know that Bob is more skilled than me,I'm well aware that he can lead the project , and I don't have any problem on working under him on other projects.
I am just sure that Bob, who is unaware of how the project went on this WHOLE YEAR of development, should spend like 2/3 weeks on just studying the way the project works now,and then going back in the code and understand how it works.
I'm pretty sure he is capable of doing it, I just think this is a waste of time, assuming I'm still capable of going on alone in this project.
How can I prompt this to my boss? should I do it?
EDIT: My company is +400 people