Swansea City manager Bob Bradley has insisted that he will not give up the fight, despite being under scrutiny following a dismal run in the Premier League.
The American coach has overseen just one win in the Premier League since taking over from Francesco Guidolin in October.
The Welsh outfit are currently at the bottom of the table, three points adrift of safety after 14 games.
There has been some conflict behind the scenes, with the Swansea Supporters' Trust, who own 21% of the club, unhappy that they were not consulted before the club hired Bradley.
Despite the various issues, the 58-year-old is determined to get the Swans back on track.
"I am going to keep fighting. That's how I work," the club's official website quotes Bradley as saying. "At the end of the day all that matters in this job is that you get results.
"Results are hard to come by when you take over a team who have been struggling, and results when you do that in the Premier League are even harder to come by.
"But that's what I signed up for when I took the job. I knew when I came in this was going to be a big test and it still is, but that's no problem."
Swansea will try to bounce back from last weekend's 5-0 loss to Tottenham Hotspur when they face Sunderland on Saturday.