CARLO Ancelotti says he feels no pressure for his job security after Chelsea's worst run of form in 10 years.
The present run of just one league win in six is worse than the form that previously saw off bosses Luiz Felipe Scolari, Jose Mourinho and Claudio Ranieri; and is on a par only with the desperate form that ended Gianluca Vialli's reign in the Stamford Bridge hotseat in 2000.
Asked if he feared getting the sack from tough task-master Roman Abramovich , Ancelotti vowed: “No, I am not worried about that. I am worried because we have to play better, and to have better results.
“My position is not my decision, it is the decision of the club. I don't feel pressure about this.
"I am worried because we are not playing well, and we are not having good results. So we lost the top of the table, that is a lot of reason to be worried.
“In my career I have had a lot of difficult moments. I think every year there is a difficult moment to move on from.
“The only way I know is to work hard, to stay compact, don't find strange things, work hard on the training ground.
“Last year was not easy. After the Inter game it was not easy, just because we lost the Champions League, and were not sure we would win the Premier League.
"We have time to play our football, to come back to be competitive in the Premier League and also in the Champions League.”