Chelsea FC manager Frank Lampard has said he is not the person to make a decision on his own future.
The Blues manager faces the worst pressure of his young career as a manager after losing five games in Chelsea’s recent seven games in all competitions.
Asked about his thoughts on his future after losing to Leicester City on Tuesday night, Lampard said: “Expectations at this club are high. That is something that will always be there.
“It is not my decision [if he stays]. Some things are always beyond your control. That I can't answer,” concluded the legendary former midfielder.
Meanwhile, the Blues will host lower division side Luton Town in an FA Cup fourth-round meeting.