Thomas Tuchel insists he is "Still happy" to be Chelsea manager
A bus and some shirts is all he needs.
Tommy "two-chains" Tuchel is dealing with a difficult situation. In the last few days the club he manages has been thrown into chaos, after the UK government sanctioned owner Roman Abramovich. It's left both players and fans in doubt about the future of the club.
But the Blues manager has vowed to keep on fighting 'as long as Chelsea have enough shirts and a bus'.
The German doesn't seem to be looking for the exit doors just yet either. Tuchel stressed to BBC Radio 5 Live that he is 'still happy' as manager.
The comments came after Chelsea beat Norwich 3-1, thanks to goals from Trevoh Chalobah, Mason Mount and Kai Havertz.
Asked if nerves took hold before facing Norwich, Tuchel was honest in admitting they had.
'It would be a lie if I said we had no doubts but I also had a lot of trust,' he said.
'In difficult circumstances we produced a lot of results and good performances so we can trust in our mentality and the culture in the club. We allowed ourselves to focus on the football.'
Chelsea next play high-flying Newcastle United.