Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino said he has received “good texts” from the club’s owners amid pressure on him following back-to-back defeats.
The Blues dropped to 11th in the Premier League on Sunday after a 4-2 home loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Chelsea have spent more than £1bn on transfers since Todd Boehly’s takeover in May 2022 and have won just nine Premier League games this season.
“I think we are all together in this and that’s important,” Pochettino said.
“I received very good texts from [the owners],” he added. “Of course I am in contact with them and the sporting director every day.”
Pressure has grown on Chelsea’s Argentine manager, whose side lost 4-1 to Liverpool four days before the Wolves defeat.
They are 15 points shy of the Premier League’s top four and five points off London rivals West Ham United in seventh.
Despite heavy investment in the club since Boehly purchased Chelsea from Roman Abramovich, the Blues recorded their lowest finish in the 20-team Premier League era last term, coming 12th.