Sunderland boss Roy Keane admits that he has not had time to fret about the club's current predicament.
The Black Cats currently sit just two points outside the Premier League relegation places and face a vital clash with fellow strugglers Wigan on Saturday.
Never one to back out of a battle, Keane feels that he has enough quality within his squad to beat the drop and as such is refusing to let the tension of the situation get to him.
"I am quite relaxed about it, I have to say. I am okay with it," he said.
"It might be different with two or three games to go, but at this moment in time, I am fairly focused.
"There is that much going on, you don't get time to get too worried about it.
"I keep looking at the group of players and still feel we have got enough to reflect on a good season."
Relatively new to management himself, and with a squad containing very little previous Premier League experience, Keane has every right to feel happy with the way his side have equipped themselves in the top-flight this season.
"You could not buy the experience we are having at the moment," he said.
"Whether it be the good, the bad, decisions going against us, these are all experiences that will make this football club and hopefully make me a top manager.
"You cannot buy this, you don't learn this on courses. It is being in there, and you have got to learn fast in this game.
"But it is fantastic. The group of players, I wouldn't swap them for anybody, the staff I have got and the supporters.
"We are in a battle, we are in a fight, there's no getting away from that.
"But I could have been on a beach, I could have stuck to my retirement, I could have taken it easy, but I wouldn't swap where I am now for anywhere else, I tell you.
One player who has been a major plus for the manager this season is Kenwyne Jones and, despite the Trinidad & Tobago striker having to do a lot of travelling this week in order to represent his country, Keane is adamant that the player will be ready for the visit of Wigan.
"Kenwyne wanted to go and I wouldn't want to stop anyone from playing for their country.
"He played the full 90 minutes and I don't think that will be a problem, but I don't care who you are, the travelling can catch up with you.
"But Kenwyne knows the score, we have a very important game this weekend and he knows he better perform for us. He's very much aware of that."