Under-pressure West Ham United manager Alan Curbishley says he has no intention of walking away from the club, even if they are relegated from the Premiership.
The Irons have won just two games in 14 since the former Hammers midfielder took charge in December, but Curbishley says he is at Upton Park as part of a long-term commitment.
He commented: "I know I am not immune but I don't fear the sack at the moment. The results have got to pick up but that is part and parcel of football.
"If it happens then that is out of my hands, but I am not going to quit.
"When West Ham made the offer and I decided to come here it was a long-term commitment.
"When I was at Charlton I had get-out clauses in the contracts so that I could get out if clubs wanted me.
"I have got nothing in this contract, I didn't even consider it. I was making a commitment. This is where I want to be. This is my club."