Amidst intense speculations over his future at Chelsea, Coach Jose Mourinho has come out with a statement pledging not to quit until otherwise sacked. Leading the club to two consecutive Barclays Premiership titles, the Portuguese Coach has been a much-wanted property at the Stamford Bridge. Following his hiccups with the club owner Roman Abramovich, his spot had been under the scanner with many names linked to fill the spot. By revealing his plans to hang around for the next season he will certainly put the hearsay to rest – since taking on at the helm of things at Stamford Bridge 2004, Mourinho has twice deemed of giving up control but now seems resolute to live out his entire contract. For the game: The Blues are to take on the young Gunners on Sunday in the League Cup final. They trail Manchester United in the Premier League and the woes mount for them with ever-increasing injury layouts – injuries have reached the extent that Mourinho may not shy for playing striker Didier Drogba in the defense.