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Craig Brewster has vowed not to step down as Dundee United manager after the 5-1 defeat at Falkirk.

United sit bottom of The SPL after four successive defeats and have not won a game since August.

The pressure has been mounting on the player/manager, but Brewster is adamant he will be staying at the Tannadice helm.

When asked if he would resign, Brewster replied: "No, absolutely not.

"I will be there on Monday to take the team unless told otherwise.

"When you do not get results, then speculation mounts and it is something I have to deal with because my record is not good enough.

"The chairman will phone me when he wants to speak to me, but he has not done that yet."

Former Terrors boss Paul Sturrock has been linked with a return to the club, while Kilmarnock chief Jim Jefferies has also been mooted as a potential replacement for Brewster.