Frank Lampard has been on a horrible run of form at Chelsea.
Stan Collymore has however, urged the club to be more patient with the manager.
“I really hope Abramovich looks around the Premier League and sees that England’s two most successful clubs in the past few seasons haven’t arrived at their success by chopping and changing managers,” he wrote in his column for the Daily Mirror.
“Jurgen Klopp has achieved great things at Liverpool but it took him much longer than the year-and-a-bit Lampard has had at Chelsea.
“While Pep Guardiola was hired by Manchester City to build a dynasty and wasn’t fired in or at the end of those two seasons in which he failed to win the Premier League.
“At Manchester United, the owners and board have supported Ole Gunnar Solskjaer through some tough times, while Mourinho will have at least three or four years at Tottenham if he keeps his nose clean.
“Arsenal have resisted sacking Mikel Arteta despite some calls for him to go in recent weeks and, barring City, who are arguably Chelsea’s equal, the rest are all bigger club’s than the Russian’s.
“So I hope Abramovich keeps his eye on the prize and gives Lampard time to make mistakes, gain experience and grow into the manager I know he will become.
“Because I guarantee that if he does then in two or three years, Lampard will build a team capable of winning the title.”