Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte intends to honour his contract at Stamford Bridge, though the Italian acknowledged "both parties need to be happy".
Conte – who oversaw Tuesday's 1-1 draw with Barcelona in the Champions League – guided Chelsea to Premier League glory in his first season in 2016-17 but the former Juventus and Italy boss has faced an uncertain future this term.
After an opening-day defeat to Burnley and back-to-back league losses against Bournemouth and Watford, Conte was reportedly on the verge of the sack amid links to Italy and Paris Saint-Germain, and unhappiness with Chelsea's transfer business.
Asked about his future after Lionel Messi cancelled out Willian's 62nd-minute opener in the first leg of the blockbuster last-16 tie, Conte told Mediaset Premium: "In 14 years, Chelsea have changed coach 10 times, so they do have a tendency to chop and change here.
"The media also plays on this habit the moment there are negative results. They were already writing headlines about my dismissal after the opening game against Burnley.
"It's no problem for me, in fact I really like pressure. I just hope it doesn't affect the players.
"I said very clearly, I have a contract to 2019. I intend to respect it. After that, anything can happen in football. I am happy at Chelsea, but both parties need to be happy.
Chelsea, who travel to Barça for the return leg on March 14, face second-placed Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.