Chelsea manager Graham Potter has insisted he has no business in winning over the club’s supporters.
The young English boss has remarkably suggested that making the boo boys happy is not up to him.
After four months since taking over the job, Graham Potter is in serious danger of being fired, as Chelsea dropped to tenth in the Premier League.
Sequel to their 2-1 loss to Fulham on Thursday night, Potter said on a BT Sport Podcast: “I think you’re always just battling for perspective and you can’t argue with people all the time.
“People will have their opinion, they’ll analyze the situation, and their conclusion will be “it’s because Potter’s rubbish” you know.
“There’ll be people out there that will think that, and there’ll be others that can look at it a different way and can look at it with a different perspective.
“So, I think you have to accept there’s going to be criticism and accept that people won’t like you and disagree with you and I don’t think you can fight that.
“It’s certainly not my job to convince them otherwise, my job is to do my job as well as I can and if I do that well then maybe they’ll change their opinion.”