The Englishman is hopeful Pedro stays longer at West London.
Pedro is among few players at Stamford Bridge whose contract expires at the end of July, and if the Spaniard doesn’t sign an extension, he won’t finish the season with Chelsea.
“Pedro is a hugely positive influence on those around him. He’s outstanding in terms of his work ethic and the players look up to him for what he has done in the game, Parts of the season have been difficult for him. He was in the team at the start of the season but got injured and was out of the team for a while. But what he has shown, particularly of late, is a real desire in training. He looks sharp, is always giving advice and lifts everybody with his body language. He is an infectious character and he can be one of our most important players until the end of the season”.