Roberto Di Matteo claims to be giving no thought to his future as Chelsea boss, with his focus locked on overseeing a successful end to the season.
The former Italy international was handed the Blues reins on an interim basis in the wake of Andre Villas-Boas' departure in March.
Since taking charge at Stamford Bridge, he has helped Chelsea back into the race for a top-four finish in the Premier League and has guided the club into the FA Cup and UEFA Champions League semi-finals.
He now faces a potentially pivotal week, with the Blues set to face capital rivals Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday before taking in the first leg of an eagerly-anticipated European showdown with Barcelona on Wednesday.
Two wins would strengthen his claims to filling the Chelsea hot-seat on a permanent basis, but Di Matteo says he will not be allowing such talk to become a distraction.
"I am calm because I have no concern about the future," he said.
"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."