Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has admitted that he does not feel his job is under threat.
City’s form has led to an increase in speculation over Pellegrini’s future but the 61-year-old is showing no sign that the pressure is getting to him and maintains that his squad remains a strong and united unit.
The former Real Madrid boss said: “I am not talking about my future because it is not important. I am just thinking about the game against Manchester United.
“I feel everyone supports me at the club, the players. I see the team playing.
“I just said we have to improve because we are not winning, but we are the most attacking team, the team that has most possession of the ball, we don’t concede many goals. I think the players are happy in the way we work and the way we play.
“I don’t see any problems inside the club but you never know what will happen in August and at the end of the season.
“If you ask me, I am not afraid because I think we are in the correct way but (just) a bad moment.”