Carlo Ancelotti has admitted this season will be his last at Chelsea if he or Roman Abramovich are "not happy" for him to stay beyond the summer.
But Blues boss Ancelotti insists he is more than content at Stamford Bridge, reacting in a relaxed manner to comments from chief executive Ron Gourlay, who said on Sunday: "Let's see where we are at the end of May, then we'll judge the coach and other people at the football club."
Ancelotti, whose contract expires next year, said: "I'm happy in this moment, so I think we will continue."
But he also added: "If one party - the club or myself - is not happy to continue, I think we'll have to."
The Italian then produced a 'cut-off' gesture, indicating a parting of the ways.