Di Matteo unfazed by job speculation
Acting Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo says his own future is of secondary importance as he aims to lead his team to success this term.
The Italian, who was handed the job on an interim basis in the wake of Andre Villas-Boas' departure in March, is adamant his sole focus is on getting results, which he has done to good effect so far. Di Matteo has certainly managed to get the Blues' season back on track since taking over from the former Porto chief, and he is now gearing up for the first of several important fixtures over the coming weeks. A place in the FA Cup final awaits his players this afternoon if they can win their semi-final against London rivals Spurs at Wembley, before the small matter of a showdown with Barcelona in the last four of the Champions League on Wednesday. The former Italy international has also boosted the club's hopes of returning to Europe's elite competition next season by guiding them into contention for a top-four finish in the Premier League. Blues owner Roman Abramovich will clearly have taken note of his achievements so far, but Di Matteo himself is refusing to be drawn too much on the subject. He told reporters: "I am calm because I have no concern about the future. "I've not spent one second thinking about what will happen in the summer. "I know as a coach you will be judged by your results. I don't have to prove anyone wrong, I am very focused and putting all my energy towards the next game - that's all. "We have five league games left and these two competitions. "It's about the club, it's about these players. That's what matters the most, not me."