Fulham head coach Rene Meulensteen says that he has "no worries" regarding his future following the Cottagers' FA Cup exit.
Fulham head coach Rene Meulensteen has insisted that he has no concerns regarding his future at Craven Cottage, despite admitting that the team are at "rock bottom".
The Cottagers, who are currently at the bottom of the Premier League table, were booted out of the FA Cup by Sheffield United last night.
Despite the club's dire position, Meulensteen is confident that he has the support of owner Shahid Khan.
"[Khan's support] will only last until that is gone," Goal.com quotes Meulensteen as saying. "So, until that time, I just keep doing my job as best as I can. I have no worries in that respect at all."
The former Manchester United coach replaced Fulham manager Martin Jol on December 1.
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