Graham Potter, the manager of Chelsea, has acknowledged that he cannot always rely on Todd Boehly’s backing.
Potter made his remarks following Sunday’s 2-0 loss for the Blues at Tottenham Hotspur.
Chelsea now sits in the bottom half of the Premier League standings after the loss.
After choosing Potter to succeed Thomas Tuchel in September, Boehly has supported him.
But with only two victories in their past 15, the former Brighton manager is under a lot of strain.
“I take full responsibility for the results and it isn’t good enough for Chelsea.
“We want to try and improve it and if results aren’t good enough, which they aren’t at the moment, you can’t rely on support forever that’s for sure,” Potter said.