Roberto Di Matteo is intent on masterminding "something extraordinary" in Saturday's Champions League final and has brushed off the prospect of it being his last match in charge of Chelsea.
Caretaker Blues boss Di Matteo again admitted he thought becoming the first manager to lead the club to glory in European football's most prestigious club competition would not affect his hopes of being appointed on a permanent basis.
He said: "I have a big drive and a big motivation to do something extraordinary for this club. That's all I want to do. Whatever comes afterwards, there's always a reason why things happen."
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