Kenny Jackett has told the Express and Star that Wolverhampton Wanderers board have not offered him the dreaded vote of confidence yet.
The pressure is on for Jackett, with a number of Wolves fans currently calling for him to be sacked.
However, the 54-year-old boss insists that it is business as usual at Molineux, and that he has not discussed his future with either Steve Morgan or Jez Moxey.
“No I haven’t,” Jackett said, when asked whether he had been offered a vote of confidence.
“It’s been very much business as usual, talking about the team, talking about plans, short term, long term.
"It’s for other people to speculate (on my future). The only thing I can do about it is focus on the next game, try very hard to win that.”
Wolves have unquestionably under performed so far this season, and they are currently in 13th place in the Championship table.
Before the campaign started, Jackett’s men were rated as one of the favourites for promotion, but they have failed to keep pace with the play off pack.
Jackett has seemingly had no answers to Wolves’ demise, either, despite his constant tinkering with the line-up.
The former Millwall boss has tried a number of different players and formations this term, but none have had the desired impact.
Wolves have failed to win any of their last six matches, and their next outing comes against Brentford at Griffin Park later this evening.