Juande Ramos has side-stepped questions about his future in the build-up to Tottenham Hotspur's vital Premier League meeting with Bolton Wanderers on Sunday.
The Spanish coach has presided over Spurs' worst start to a league season since 1912, with the north London club currently bottom of the table after failing to win any of their opening eight games.
Thursday's UEFA Cup defeat at the hands of Udinese further increased the pressure on Ramos, but the former Sevilla coach claims he is unconcerned by reports which suggest he could be axed should his side lose on Sunday.
"Only the club know the situation about what will happen to people," he said. "I don't know because I don't control that."
Meanwhile, Ramos has called on the club's disgruntled fans to back the beleaguered players when Bolton visit White Hart Lane.
"I hope the fans support the players because at the moment they need big support. The fans understand perfectly what is going on," he added.
"Sometimes in football these things happen. We need to work to change the situation and to find a way to win.
"Once we win two or three matches, I am sure the situation will be different."