London, Feb.20 (ANI): Dutch-born football coach Guus Hiddink has stressed that he will leave Chelsea in the summer but will give everything he has to win the Premier League title from Manchester United. ddressing his first press conference since replacing Brazil's Luiz Felipe Scolari as coach at Stamford Bridge, Hiddink reiterated that he would return to his international duties with Russia when the season is over.
Hiddink faces a tough away trip to Aston Villa in his first match in charge on Saturday lunchtime. Villa would go five points clear of fourth-placed Chelsea if they can avenge a 2-0 loss at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season and Hiddink is eager to get his Chelsea tenure off to a winning start.
The Dutchman, who oversaw Chelsea's comeback FA Cup win over Watford in the FA Cup last weekend, is well aware of the urgent need to get the club's season back in order.
"I will help out until the end of the season, only to the end of the season. I have my full-time commitment with the Russian federation which I will fulfil," he said. "I will go back in March and also at the end of May," The Telegraph quoted him, as saying.
"Of course my role is a challenge, although time is limited. We are still in three competitions - Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup," he said.
Hiddink will juggle his duties with Russia while holding down his position at Chelsea. (ANI)