Defiant Blackpool boss Paul Ince claims he is not under pressure despite seeing his side take a solitary point from the last 21 available.
The Seasiders have embarked on a remarkable slide down the table since going into September as the Sky Bet Championship leaders and currently sit 12th, 19 points off pace-setters Leicester.
Former Blackburn manager Ince is operating with one of the smaller squads and budgets in the division, though, so it is not a huge surprise that their early-season momentum has abated.
However, supporters have been disappointed with the spate of red cards and ill-discipline surrounding Blackpool's squad with three players dismissed at Yeovil and Ince himself serving a five-match stadium ban earlier in the campaign for shoving an official.
Ince was critical of fans for booing following the home defeat by Brighton and, speaking after the New Year's Day loss to Sheffield Wednesday, insists suggestions his job should come under scrutiny are wide of the mark.
"I don't feel under pressure, not at all," he told The Gazette.
"I have a very good chairman, who knows where we are as a club.
"Obviously it's not nice to hear some of the things the fans say but I never feel under pressure. Why should I? We aren't in the bottom three and last season we almost went down.
"We have 32 points. We'd like to have more but once we get our strongest side back we'll be okay.
"I've been in the game too long to feel pressure. I'm a lucky man to be managing Blackpool but I want results."
Ince has not presided over a victory since November, yet added: "When you go on runs like this people question the manager, but they weren't when we were winning games.
"When we were winning we had our strongest XI. If things haven't changed when I do have my strongest side then maybe I'll have to make a decision but I certainly won't when I have two or three players out."