Roberto Di Matteo insists he has not held talks over his Chelsea future.
The Italian took over from Andre Villas-Boas on a caretaker basis when the Portuguese was sacked in February, and he has enjoyed huge success.
Di Matteo led the Londoners to FA Cup glory earlier this month, and on Saturday night he hopes to land the UEFA Champions League against Bayern Munich.
There have been calls for Roman Abramovich to appoint the 41-year-old on a permanent basis, but the former midfielder insists no talks have taken place.
"We haven't had time, or it wasn't relevant, to have that conversation," said Di Matteo. "I don't know what the future will hold. I'm entirely focused on this game."
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