Graham Potter insists he has the complete help of the Chelsea board, however admits there’ll at all times be questions on the way forward for a supervisor when the staff are enduring a poor run of kind.
The Blues have gained simply certainly one of their final 9 Premier League matches forward of the go to of London rivals Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Chelsea went into the weekend 10 factors behind the highest 4 and simply 10 factors above the relegation zone, and Potter revealed there was stress on his shoulders since he took the reins in September.
“I think there’s always questions if you don’t get results,” he mentioned. “I was under pressure after the two defeats before the break – and that’s from the media.
“But in terms of the board, I’ve had full support, but I’m not naive.
“If anyone that I work for thinks that the problem lies with me then they have every right to say, ‘thank you very much but it’s not working’ and I accept that.”
Chelsea have been contending with an harm disaster for almost all of Potter’s tenure and will likely be with out 11 gamers for Sunday’s match.
Joao Felix’s purple card ensured he’ll serve a three-match ban, with Denis Zakaria additionally going off injured on Thursday evening. They be part of Reece James, Raheem Sterling, N’Golo Kante, Wesley Fofana, Ben Chilwell, Armando Broja, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Christian Pulisic and Edouard Mendy on the sidelines.
However, regardless of Chelsea’s latest kind, Potter was eager to shift the blame away from the gamers as he continues to battle an harm disaster at Cobham.
“From what I get, from what I see, they are professional, they’re responsible, they’re honest,” Potter mentioned.
“We’re in a bad moment and we’ve got challenges and I think everyone suffers from that point. January is complicated no matter where you are because the window is open and human beings are human beings.
“But I don’t see any problems in that regard, the boys – I have their support, they have mine and we just need to keep working.”