Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has stated that he will be at the Stamford Bridge helm for years to come and has no thoughts of ever walking out on his current employers.
The Premier League champions have started the new campaign slowly, with pressure building on the Portuguese trainer to improve the team’s showings in upcoming games.
The Blues have not looked like their ominous selves, with a defeat at home to Crystal Palace last time out and a 3-0 humbling by Manchester City particular low points for the side.
Despite this, Mourinho has stated that he will not leave Chelsea and that Roman Abramovich is not going to sack him any time soon.
“Let’s be objective -I don’t want to leave the club, in any circumstances,” The Telegraph quote Mourinho as saying.
“And the club doesn’t want me to leave. I’m not going to walk away. The club is not going to sack me. Point. Point.
“I want to stay here. That’s enough. That makes a difference. Mr Abramovich in 2007, in his football life, if you can say that, he knows only two managers, Ranieri and myself. In this moment, he knows, how many, 10? He knows a lot of them. It’s a difference too. So there are differences.”
Chelsea face a tricky trip to Goodison Park to face a talented Everton team later today and Mourinho will hope his side can get back to winning ways on Merseyside.
The game will see John Stones play against the team that pursued him all summer.