The manager was asked what he'd do if Chelsea offered him a new six-year deal.
"I sign tomorrow. That's what I want," he told the Telegraph. "I want to stay in Chelsea and English football because I think I won the right. My wife says many times I won the right to stop when I want. She says I won enough, I did enough, I created a good situation for the family.
"She says I won the right to do what I want. Unfortunately Chelsea's not my club. I depend on the club and I depend on the results."
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