Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says he is not concerned about his personal position at the club and is determined to work on getting the Blues back on track after a 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Manchester City.
The west London outfit have slipped to sixth place in the Premier League table after their humbling at the Etihad Stadium, with Sergio Aguero bagging a hat-trick during the rout.
Having lost their third consecutive away game, Sarri claims he is not thinking about his own future and simply wants to put right what has gone wrong in recent trips on the road.
When asked if he was concerned about his own future he said. "I don't know. You are asking me [about] something which is not my job. I am worried about our performances, not about the club. You'd have to ask the club.
"I want to study, I want to understand. I do my best and the players do their best. For the moment I have to say only sorry."
Chelsea now have a run of four games in the Europa League, FA Cup and EFL Cup before returning to Premier League matters on 27th February at home to Tottenham.
The Blues are now 5/4 to finish in the top four this season.
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