Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers feels that his job is now under threat after their 3-1 loss to Crystal Palace during the weekend, Mirror reports.
The Reds have started the season extremely poorly currently four points off the relegation zone, putting Rodgers under immense pressure.
The former Swans boss said: “I’m not arrogant enough to think that I will be in a job through anything.
“Any manager will tell you that you have to win games and you have to get results. You have to perform.
“In my first year when we weren’t maybe getting the results we were performing well.
“I will only ever do my best. The best has seen us develop well.
“Now I need to fight even harder and take the responsibility because as manager full responsibility comes down to me. Any pressure comes on to me.”
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher also slammed his former club after the defeat, stating: “This is more than a poor start, there is something wrong, they are getting bullied out of games.
“When they came here last season we said they were mentally and physically weak. They are still mentally weak. There is no leadership on the pitch.”
The Reds will hope to regain some confidence when they face FC Ludogorets in the Champions League group stage on Wednesday.