The former Blues midfielder joined when Roberto Di Matteo took over as interim manager, but does not know whether he and the Italian will be kept on next seasonChelsea coach Eddie Newton has reiterated that he and Roberto Di Matteo are yet to be informed whether they will have jobs at Stamford Bridge next season.
The former midfielder returned to west London when Di Matteo took over as head of the first team, and after helping guide the Blues to FA Cup and Champions League glory, Newton insists that he has enjoyed the spell regardless of Roman Abramovich's decision.
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"Everyone knows that Chelsea is a football club close to my heart, but at the end of the day the owner has to make his own decisions and whether he goes with Robbie and myself is another matter," Newton told Sky Sports News.
"If he goes in a different directions, that's up to him. It was a great opportunity, which he fully took and enjoyed immensely.
"It was a lot of hard work but it was fully enjoyable. What happens I don't know. What will be, will be.
"There were no guarantees and I never changed my mind no matter what the situation was - getting to the FA Cup final and winning it, getting to the Champions League final and winning it. At no time did it change.
"My remit was to come in and help the side until the end of the season and that was it. The club and me haven't changed in our thoughts.
"It was a pleasure to come in and do that job and that's it. There is no other issue."
Newton remains confident that both he and Di Matteo will have other offers if Chelsea decide not to extend their contracts.
He added: "This is what you have to do within any job. If you are given an opportunity, you have to maximise it to the fullest potential. I feel Robbie and myself have done that.
"What will be, will be, but we have got ourselves in a good light and hopefully something will come from it."