West Ham are standing by manager Slaven Bilic and have no intention of sacking him, according to Sky Sports.
The Croat admitted he was “under pressure” after his team lost 5-1 at home to Arsenal on Saturday.
We understand the club’s owners have confidence in Bilic and will give him time to turn things around.
A source at the club said: “We back our managers and we give them time”.
West Ham have lost three of their past five games and dropped to 17th in the Premier League table – one point above the relegation places.
Bilic, who was appointed in the summer of 2015, said he was “humiliated” by Saturday’s performance.
West Ham have had four managers since David Sullivan and David Gold bought the club in 2010 – Gianfranco Zola, Avram Grant, Sam Allardyce and Bilic.