Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri will discuss his future with the club following the Europa League final “to know if they are happy with me”.
Sarri says he is “happy” in the Premier League and remains focused on facing Arsenal in Baku next week.
The Italian has two years remaining on his contract and has been linked with a move to Juventus.
“It is very exciting to be here, but now it is time to think of the final,” said the 60-year-old.
“I have two years of my contract here,” said the former Napoli boss. “I have no contract with other clubs. I have to speak with my club after the final. I want to know if they are happy with me.”
He added: “I’m very happy to stay in the Premier League, with Chelsea, one of the most important clubs in the Premier League.
“I’m very, very happy but we have to discuss the situation. It’s normal. You have to discuss things with the club. It’s like this.”
Sarri has received criticism from some Chelsea supporters for his style of play despite qualifying for the Champions League after finishing third in the Premier League, and reaching a European final.
He believes his style of play is similar to that of Manchester City, who “have won everything” domestically.
“The way they [City] play is not like mine but it is similar, so I can play my football in England.”
Chelsea face Arsenal in an all-London final in Azerbaijan on Wednesday, 29 May, with many supporters unable to attend the game because of travel difficulties.