Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has hit at the conspiracy to see him ousted from his position, according to the Guardian.
‘I am pretty confident that there is a group of people that don’t want me to be here as manager’, revealed the former Swansea boss.
He has been in charge on Merseyside since 2012, and almost led the club to a first Premier League title in 2013-14.
However, since then, he has the been subject of widespread criticism after the club failed to qualify for the Champions League and remain trophyless.
When probed on who he may think who exactly doesn’t want him in charge, he simply replied ‘I am talking about people outside of here.’
Speaking after the 3-2 win over Aston Villa, in which returning star striker Daniel Sturridge returned to the scoresheet, he was full of praise for the Liverpool support.
‘The supporters were fantastic today, we gave them something to sing about’, he believes.
The likes of Jurgen Klopp and Carlo Ancelotti have been linked with replacing him at the helm.