During the World Cup break, Chelsea co-owner Behdad Eghbali met with Blues manager Graham Potter in California, amid speculation that he would be fired due to his team’s poor performance up to that point.
Despite the fact that the club has been on a four-game losing streak and has dropped to eighth place in the table, Potter appears to be getting more time to prove himself as new owner Todd Boehly appears to be backing him.
The meeting in California was reported to be a success, with Potter later stating that he was now even more confident in his standing at the club than he was when he joined three months ago.
He went on to express gratitude to those in authority for their ongoing support, understanding, and patience.
Chelsea will host Bournemouth on Tuesday evening as they attempt to finish in the top four – something that appears increasingly unlikely – and Potter will be hoping for an improved performance from his team if they are to have any chance of achieving their goal.