Ipswich boss Roy Keane has admitted he could pay the price for poor results at Portman Road.
Keane has come under fire from sections of the home support in recent months and again bore the brunt of their frustration after Monday's home defeat to Nottingham Forest.
He said: "It is not important whether or not I keep my job.
"My job is not important, what we have to do is get the best out of this football club. It's not about me, the club is bigger.
"I'm doing my best, but if the best is not good enough, then I will pay the consequences."