Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he will respect his contract with the club despite struggling in 14th place in the English Premier League.
The Blues face leaders Leicester City on Monday and will be desperate to take all three points to move closer to the top four.
"I imagine myself finishing my contract with Chelsea," Mourinho said.
"I have three and half years on my contract.
"After that I imagine myself coaching, not every club, there are some clubs I will never manage.
"I think that the bad results are not normal, but the chance for every manager to do his work and finish what he started is. What is not normal is what is happening now.
"When people are so nice to me and they sing my name and 'Stand up for the Special One', I feel a bit embarrassed, because I don't know how to react.
"Before we lost the last three points against Bournemouth, I was convinced of fourth, of a great December for us. I have to be honest and say the last defeat was something that I was far away from believing was possible.
"The reality is that some clubs are doing so well, and some are not capable of doing what people are used to. It is not possible for clubs to win three, four, five, 10 matches in a row now."