Carlo Ancelotti says Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has given him his full support ahead of Sunday's game with Tottenham at White Hart Lane.
Chelsea have endured a miserable run over the past month, winning only two games in eight matches in all competitions to drop to third in the Premier League. Ancelotti is adamant he is going nowhere despite being rated as 5-1 by bookmakers to get the sack.
"I don't fear for my job," he said.
"I have total support from my players, this is the most important thing. And I feel I have total support from my club."
"I'm optimistic to think everything will be okay."
"I spoke with Roman after the last game. He gave me his total support.
"He understood the problem of the team. He's doing the best to give to everyone of us, to the players and myself and my staff, total support."