Chelsea goalie Thibaut Courtois has revealed he has no idea, if he’ll be at the club next season.
A disastrous start to Chelsea’s season saw Mourinho sacked and replaced with Hiddink.
The Dutch manager has guided Chelsea to 10th on the table, but has failed to keep them in any cup, with the blues crashing out of the FA, Carling Cup and the UCL.
“I do not say yes, I do not say no. I do not know,” he told Belgian broadcaster RTBF when asked if he will stay at Chelsea beyond this season.
“I still have three years on my contract. We must see what Chelsea want.
“It is true that it [this season] has changed me. Until now I had always won a trophy every season. We hope that next season will be better.”
Courtois, who prepares to face Portugal on Tuesday, added he enjoys training with the Red Devils’ “world-class players” as opposed to Chelsea’s “little less rated” stars.
“The level of training is higher among Devils,” he said.
“There are only world-class players [here], while at Chelsea, there are some players a little less rated and we often train with youngsters as well.”