Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has denied that he is on the brink of quitting his position at the club.
The ‘Black Cats’ are rock-bottom of the Premier League standings- seven points from safety with two games in hand.
“It looks to me that people are expecting me to walk out. I don’t know why they have that impression. I’m not going to quit,” Poyet said.
The Uruguayan however does not believe a change at the helm is the solution for the league strugglers and losing Capital One Cup finalists.
And when asked if he is confident a solution can be found at the Stadium of Light, he said: “I hope so. If not, we have got a massive problem.”
“The more solutions I find, the easier my job is going to be and I want that job to be as easy as possible.”
The Uruguayan also said he was not afraid of changing his own approach if that was deemed to be the root of Sunderland’s poor form.
“It’s not my way or nothing. Here we are talking about solutions for the club and maybe my way is not right, and then I am the problem,” he added.
“If I am the problem, it would be nice if somebody told me and that’s it. I have got no problem with that.”