Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has confirmed there is no crisis at the club and that "everything is fine".
The Italian has come under heavy criticism in recent weeks after a lacklustre season and has serially insulted the club's owners, the majority of its staff and even the players.
"I'm not sure what the fuss is about", he said. "So I probably won't win any trophies this season. What are they going to do, fire me before my contract is up?
"Who else could have brought world-class players like Alvaro Morata, Olivier Giroud and Ross Barkley to the club?"
Blissfully unaware of the club's revolving door policy, he also stated:
"From my conversations with the club's owners, I can tell they're a patient, reasonable bunch and just want me to be happy. I don't think they care much about trophies. So I have no doubt I'll still be here next season."
Following Conte's comments, odds on him exiting the club this season have since been slashed to 1/1000.