Brendan Rodgers insists he will not leave Leicester and says he has the full support of the club.
The Foxes are bottom of the Premier League after five consecutive defeats, but Rodgers under pressure is emphasizing his desire to stick with it.
When asked if he had considered his position, he replied: “No.”
Regarding the support from the club, he said: “It’s been very supportive. I’m not upset, I understand football, it’s not been a great start at all, but the support shows the level. the work we’ve done here and the appreciation for what we’ve been through over the summer.
“I have a responsibility to improve results, there’s no question about that, but I have nothing but support to get there.”
Rodgers says it’s not hard to find the impetus to turn the tide.
“It’s very easy, I like it here, my record here is specific to what we did and what the performance was like,” he said.
“But it’s not quite there yet. My career has been built on resilience, which is what you need in this industry. That’s how I got where I am.
“Strength comes very easily, it’s not easy when you don’t get results, but it provides the motivation to get things done.”
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