Arsenal legend Thierry Henry feels Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is trying to point at his lack of influence over transfers at the club.
The Italian has endured a tough start to 2018 so far after winning the English Premier League title in his first year.
The Blues conceded seven goals in successive defeats to AFC Bournemouth and Watford FC to leave the tactician on the brink.
Indeed, rumour has it that ex-Barcelona boss Luis Enrique could be prepared to take over at the West London club.
But the Stamford Bridge outfit managed to ease the pressure on their head coach with a 3-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion last week.
They brought in from Everton Ross Barkley, defender Emerson Palmieri from AS Roma and Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud last month.
However, the former Juventus boss hasn’t been scared to hint the new signings were not his transfer decision despite his appeal for more players to beef up the squad.
Former Arsenal forward, now Belgium Assistant coach Henry believes Antonio Conte has been talking about at his lack of influence over new signings at the club.
They were 4-0 conquerors against Hull in the Emirates FA Cup fifth round last Friday night.