Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he is not under pressure following defeats to West Ham United and rivals Manchester United, according to reports from Skysports.
The Reds are currently sitting in 10th place after playing five league matches so far as they prepare to face Bordeaux in the Europa League tonight before hosting Norwich City at the weekend.
Rodgers face criticisms as he saw his side fall to a disappointing 3-0 defeat to the Hammers, with a 3-1 loss to United also not helping his cause.
When he was asked about the pressure that comes with being in charge of the Anfield club, he admitted that it has remained unchanged over the past year.
“Same as it has ever been and probably what I’ve had for the last year or so,” he said.
“I don’t think it has increased at all. It is the pressure which comes with managing a great club. It says everything that you lose a couple of games and that pressure comes, but I’ve always embraced and enjoyed that.”
The manager has been failing to replicate the form from two seasons ago which saw him lead his side to a second place finish in the domestic league.
However, if the situation doesn’t improve, the board may be forced to consider a replacement, with former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp amongst the names being linked.