Chelsea's manager, Thomas Tuchel, has suggested he has created what should not be disrupted at the North London club.
The German tactician replaced Frank Lampard on a short 18-month contact earlier this season, with an option to extend, provided he will meet the mandate to finish in the Premier League top four.
With that objective accomplished, Tuchel has indicted he deserves a longer contract than the Chelsea management probably had in plan.
"For me, yes, it feels exactly like [a club for the long-term]," Tuchel said via Goal when he was asked if his job now feels like a long-term project.
"I don’t want to hide from it and play games. It feels like I’m in the perfect place at the perfect time. I feel very, very good.
"Hopefully, it’s like this but I know we have to deliver. It’s about timing, not only about results sometimes but the chemistry, the moment, the team. Everything feels very, very good now," he concluded.
Meanwhile, the former Borussia Dortmund and PSG boss could win the club's its second UEFA Champions League title this weekend against Manchester City in Portugal.