West Ham United chiefs have reportedly given Manuel Pellegrini two games to save his job.
The Hammers have not won a single match since recording a 2-0 victory over Manchester United in the Premier League on September 22.
The club's winless run stands at eight in all competitions, while they have lost their last three in England's top flight to Newcastle United, Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur.
According to the Daily Mail, this weekend's game with Chelsea and the clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers next week will be decisive when it comes to Pellegrini's future.
The report claims that two poor results, which could leave the club inside the relegation zone, would likely be the 'tipping point' for the powers that be.
West Ham are also allegedly 'actively looking for replacements' despite Pellegrini insisting that he has no concerns over his future at the club.
The Hammers are currently 17th in the Premier League table with just 13 points to show from their 13 matches this season.body check tags ::