Jose Mourinho insists he does not fear the sack at Chelsea despite enduring the worst season of his managerial career, report the Guardian.
The controversial Portuguese coach has seen his side lose eight times already this season in the league, despite winning the competition at a relative canter last term.
There have been suggestions of a dressing room fallout at Stamford Bridge as a number of key players have failed to perform at all this year.
However, the 52-year old former Real Madrid and Inter Milan coach insists he is convinced he is safe in his job whether or not the Blues are eliminated from the Champions League tomorrow.
‘I think I did lots of good things for this club for the owner to know the quality I have’, boasted the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’.
‘I don’t think the owner is one to change with the wind’, he added, ‘this is not a one-man responsibility.’
The champions are in dire straits this season and the recent defeat at home to newly promoted Bournemouth left them 12 points off the top four.
Mourinho has won three Premier League titles, an FA Cup and three further League Cup trophies across his two spells in charge of the West London club.
He has lifted the Champions League with both FC Porto and Inter Milan, as well as winning league titles with both European outfits and La Liga with Real Madrid.
‘When you win all the time and have happiness with results, it’s a wonderful life.’
‘When you have bad results, it’s more difficult, but I have found myself really strong. A good experience.’