Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has defended his remarks that he had doubts over his own long-term future at Stamford Bridge.
In an interview with Portuguese radio, Villas-Boas hinted he feared he might get sacked by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich after a below-par campaign for the Blues.
Speculation has been rife over the future of the former Porto boss during what is currently Chelsea's worst season since Abramovich joined the club in 2003.
Villas-Boas has played down the nature of his comments and insists he said the same thing to the English media, but that his remarks were not picked up on.
"I said exactly the same thing in a press conference but you guys were a bit distracted. I said exactly the same thing," he stated.
"What would be the impact of a change in the results? What would be the projection of the future?
"The only thing I said in the radio interview, which was open to you guys [the media] but you left, was that there was a doubt over the future, which lies in every job in our lives - in mine and in yours.
"We have to compete to be successful and everybody is more or less under threat as you look for results."
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