Chelsea boss focused on Club World Cup

Updated: 15 December 2012 13:03 IST

Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez said he is unconcerned about his future with the team ahead of Sunday's Club World Cup final against Corinthians of Brazil.

Yokohama:

Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez said he is unconcerned about his future with the team ahead of Sunday's Club World Cup final against Corinthians of Brazil.

The Spaniard spoke before Chelsea's final training session on Saturday and said he was only focused on the upcoming contest. Benitez took over last month after the club fired Roberto Di Matteo and has received less than a warm reception from its supporters.

The 52-year-old Benitez will be managing in his third Club World Cup final. He won the tournament in 2010 in the United Arab Emirates when he led Inter Milan to 3-1 victory over Mazembe from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Liverpool lost to Sao Paulo 1-0 in the 2005 final in Yokohama with Benitez at the helm.

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