The Blues host Manchester United on Monday night, kicking off a crucial run which could either end with the FA Cup holders still chasing three trophies and a top-four place – or Maurizio Sarri in danger of the sack.
But Giroud said, “You don't think too much about it.
“We are not in the best position, but we have big games to come.
“In the league, we have Spurs, which will be massive for us, very important."
Giroud is adamant the Chelsea dressing room has not lost faith in Sarri, their under-fire head coach.
“I haven't heard about that," he said. “I haven't felt anything about them dropping the coach.
“I don't have much to say about that. We stick altogether, the staff and the team. We want to look forward and be positive. We will work on the same path and the same targets. That's it."