Claudio Ranieri insists his players are fully behind him despite Leicester slipping closer to the bottom three after a 3-0 defeat at home to Manchester United.
The Foxes made it very easy for United, who scored three goals in eight minutes either side of half-time, to pick up a comfortable three points.
Reports of dressing room unrest have circulated as the Foxes have dropped down the table, but Ranieri is adamant he has the support of his players, and they will stick together in order to secure their Premier League safety.
“Journalists ask about the players, and whether they are happy with me, and I can tell you they are happy with me,” Ranieri told Sky Sports.
“Until the first goal, we were in the match. We were playing to our philosophy, trying to press, trying to do something good.
“We are together, I have full confidence in the players, and also the players are confident with me.”