The 52-year-old has revealed he does not have a problem with anybody at the club, and that he and the owner "talk like normal people" and "share a passion for football."
Following his side's victory, Benitez complained about the lack of support the fans have given him since taking over and his job title of "interim first-team coach", but the Spaniard has revealed he shares a happy relationship with the owner.
He told BBC's 'Football Focus': "My relationship with the owner is really good. Every time I talk to Abramovich about football, I enjoy (it).
"I know that he wants to win. I'm here because he wants to win and I will try to do my best until the last day. The relationship is fine. I don't have any problem with anyone.
"I have conversations with Michael Emenalo, the technical director, every single day. He watches the training sessions, we talk about football and when I meet Roman Abramovich, we talk about football. We talk like normal people. We share a passion for football."
Benitez has also played down reports of dressing room disputes, saying he does not have problems with anyone at the club.
He added: "My relationship with the staff, the people at Cobham, is really good, fantastic. The players are fully behind our ideas, 100 percent."