Frank Lampard hopes his team can return back to winning ways this weekend.
The Blues have spent over £200million in the summer transfer window and are still languishing in the mid-table.
Chelsea suffered its fourth defeat in six games under Frank Lampard and it looks like Abramovich could swing the axe very soon.
“In terms of myself, I have to say I came into this job expecting pressure and I have to say my own personality means that I’m weirdly quite strange,” Lampard told a news conference.
“You probably have to be to do this job at times, but when things are going well, I put more pressure on myself.
“I don’t like things going well because I worry what’s around the corner, I worry about complacency. With the unbeaten run, I was constantly under pressure myself with people telling me how great we were.
“Now, I find this more challenging in a good way in terms of my job because I can find out more about myself, I can find out more about every member of the team, every member of the staff and it actually makes my job more exciting.
“Now, of course I understand the pressure heightens because I understand the expectations of a club like this but I love doing what I’m doing. I never expected an easy run in this job. I’ve come to a huge club in Premier League and world football in the process of a rebuild. That was never going to be an easy run. So I have to expect these situations.”