Graham Potter, the manager of Chelsea, has said he will speak with the team’s owners soon.
Todd Boehly, a co-owner of the Blues, hired Potter in September to take Thomas Tuchel’s place.
At Stamford Bridge, Chelsea has recently regressed after a strong start.
With a Premier League loss to Arsenal and a Carabao Cup exit at the hands of Manchester City, the former Brighton manager is already under fire.
It prompted requests for Potter’s dismissal from the audience.
However, the 47-year-old requests a meeting with the owners so they may “think and assess.”
I’m pretty sure we will, he said. We frequently communicate so that is a part of an ongoing process.
“If you have the space to reflect, think, and analyze sometimes, that’s better,” the speaker says.
“We need to think about what happened and what we need to do to improve, without a doubt.”