Chelsea manager Avram Grant has admitted that he may not be in charge at Stamford Bridge next season.
Even though Grant guided the Blues to second in the Premier League table this season and to the Final of the Champions League, the Israeli's long-term future has been the subject of debate since he replaced Jose Mourinho last year.
Even if the Blues beat Manchester United in Wednesday's European showpiece, it is still possible the club will bring in a replacement for the dour Grant, who is sanguine about his future.
"If the club is not happy with me, no problem," he said.
"If I'm not happy with them and I want to leave, I don't think they will make any problems either.
"But, for the moment, nothing happens. What is going to happen doesn't bother me.
"In football we know what happens. Sometimes the coach doesn't like the team, sometimes the team doesn't like the coach.
"You know when you are at a top club because when we won nine games in a row - which we did to set a record - and then we drew, it was a disaster.
"We'll talk about next year after the final. The target is to win the game, then we will talk about the future. But I promise you the future will be very good at Chelsea."