West Bromwich Albion coach Tony Pulis has insisted that he is "not worried" about his situation at the club despite the Baggies' troubling run of form.
Defeat to 10-man Huddersfield Town at the weekend has left West Brom on the end of three straight defeats and without a win in their last 10 games.
"I'm not worried about the chairman, the situation behind the scenes," said Pulis, according to the Birmingham Mail.
"My concern is the players, they're the ones that concern me. If I'd seen a drop off from the players then that would be a concern.
"They're desperately disappointed. We've played two games away from home. Southampton, where the kid scores a wonder goal. And a goal today [at Huddersfield] that's a wonder strike."
The Baggies have claimed just two league wins in their previous 20 fixtures and are now without a win since August.