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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has revealed he knows Chelsea’s results must improve for him to keep his job.
Lampard knows that Chelsea got rid of him once as a player and will do so again as a manager if results don’t improve.
Amid reports linking Chelsea with Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhuttl, RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann and Thomas Tuchel, Lampard insists he will not let external pressures overcome him.
“All I want to concentrate on is the job in hand and I can’t control some things,” said Lampard. “I certainly don’t want to rely on anything that’s happened in the past here.
“A month ago everything was rosy and now a month later, in very quick time, everyone is looking negatively.
“For me, I have to be the one who looks positively and things I can’t control outside of that would be a waste of time for me.
“I’ve felt huge support from this club, coming back here to manage them, the way it’s worked in the period I’ve been back, my time here as a player. I felt huge support for 13 years in my time as a player but in the end I left the club because they wanted to move on to other things.