Frank Lampard knows he is on thin ice at Chelsea.
However, the Blues boss said that he is ignoring all the talk about his sack at Chelsea.
“I don’t listen to it.
“I’m not stupid, I know the pressure that comes with managing a top football club but I can only do my job. It doesn’t matter to me.
“The pressure is fine, you’re obviously not happy when you’re not winning games.
“It comes with the territory, you can look around the league and see teams that are having problems that are not used to having problems. I just have to get on with the job.
“My concern is not the pressure on me because I can deal with it, I’ve been in football a long, long time as a player at top clubs so I understand how it goes and it’s different as a player.
“But the pressure needs to be positive on the players because the players are what make you a good manager or not such a good manager and that can flip very quickly as we always see.
“It’s important that the players don’t feel that [pressure]. I don’t mind taking that, the players have to feel a good pressure.
“We want to win games, they want to get some form back, we know how quickly results and form can turn in this league, we just have to direct that pressure in the right way on the pitch.”