Mauricio Pochettino may reportedly have just one game to save his job at Tottenham Hotspur.
Despite a marginal improvement in performances during recent matches, Spurs head into the international break sitting in 14th position in the Premier League standings.
While two wins could prove enough to get the club back into the top six, the North London outfit are already 11 points adrift of fourth-placed Manchester City.
According to The Telegraph, a defeat away at West Ham United on November 23 could lead to the club's hierarchy contemplating a change in the dugout.
The report adds that chairman Daniel Levy is generally against parting ways with Pochettino, given the compensation which the Argentine would be due for an early departure.
Nevertheless, there appears to be concerns over the development of the squad after the appearance in last season's Champions League final.