Slaven Bilic insists he remains calm despite constant speculation over his future as manager of West Ham.
West Ham are currently 12th on the table and have not win five of their last premier league matches, as they prep for a match against Hull City on Saturday.
Bilic was successful in his first year at the club, finishing seventh, but that seems so far fetched now, but he insists to wait till his contract expires.
When asked about the reports of mounting pressure on his position, the 48-year-old said: “It doesn’t worry me, I don’t read about it, I’m not making phone calls or whatever.
“I’m in my job, I am happy and we’re in a position where we can have a good finish to the season. We can climb up a few places if we win games, we can go a few places down if we don’t win games.
“There is still a job to do and I have my contract. At the end of the day my contract is not running out. I have another year here.”