Chelsea boss has admitted his future at the club is out of his control and normal for people to ask questions after their 2-0 loss to Leicester City.
The blues have won just three of their last eight premier league games, giving cause for worry after spending over £200m in the last summer transfer window.
Frank Lampard’s side title challenge looks unrealistic. with seven points from eight games that have left them woefully short of form.
Asked about his future, Lampard told Sky Sports: “It’s not my decision, that’s something that will always be there. You always understand some things are beyond your control.
“Things you can control are going again, lifting the players and working hard. That, I can’t answer.
“It intensified for me a while ago – expectations at this club, right or wrong, are always high. I know we’re in a different position if you look at our squad today and the age in our squad, and look at the composition of our squad.
“it’s a new squad. I keep talking about transition, but when you perform like that it’s normal that people ask questions.”
Chelsea are nine points from the top of the premier league, sitting in eight positions with 29 points from 19 games.