Leicester boss, Brendan Rodgers, plans to “fight on”, admitting he understands the scrutiny on his job.
The Foxes are bottom of the table with just one point from their opening seven games – their worst start since 1983 – following Saturday’s 6-2 rout at Tottenham.
Rodgers, who replaced Claude Puel in February 2019, said: “I always believe we can overcome it.
“You didn’t see a team today that is short of confidence, that is always a good sign.
“I will always fight on, but I understand the game and six straight losses isn’t good for anyone.”
He also stated: “I totally understand the frustration of supporters. I can’t hide from that. It’s my responsibility.
“Whatever happens I’ll have a huge amount of respect for them [the owners] because they’ve given me great support. I understand the game. Whatever happens to me at Leicester whether I stay and continue to fight on, I’ll always respect them.”