Chelsea chief Peter Kenyon insists the board has no doubts over manager Luiz Felipe Scolari, despite recent stuttering results.
Kenyon is happy with the performance of coach Luiz Felipe Scolari even though Chelsea have now dropped 12 points at home, been dumped out of the Carling Cup by Burnley and need to beat CFR Cluj at home to qualify for the knockout stage of the Champions League.
"Life is good despite Sunday's result," insisted Kenyon. "I think everybody was disappointed by that but we've got a big squad with a lot of experience and this is a long season. I don't think we should concern ourselves about one or two results.
"I am absolutely convinced, in terms of the management and the players, that we will get back on track quickly because they are big pros and they have been there before."