Benitez's job is on the line during the Club World Cup.
"I have always been relaxed,â€ť he insisted in his first Press conference for the tournament.
â€śThere is so much talk about my potential replacements, but I am the Inter Coach, I want to win this Club World Cup and Iâ€™m sure that if I do then Iâ€™ll be here for a long time to come.â€ť
President Massimo Moratti blasted Rafa after the Champions League defeat to Werder Bremen this week and demanded a change of attitude.
â€śI spoke to the President both before and after the game. He was relaxed, as he understood everything, said he knew what the situation was and thatâ€™s enough for me. Itâ€™s clear for him and itâ€™s clear for me.
â€śWe are here to win the Club World Cup and if we can do that itâ€™d be important for Inter, the team and all our fans.
â€śWhen a Coach reaches this point, it is a unique opportunity. Clearly there is only one target, to concentrate and win. I work with Inter for 14 hours a day.â€ť