Sheffield Wednesday have not been able to win any of their last three matches.
The Owls have taken just two points from their last three matches, and they allowed many of their promotion rivals to gain ground on them.
Wednesday are now just three points clear of Cardiff City who are their closest challengers in the race for the play-offs as things stand.
However, Carvalhal insists that he is not feeling the strain of being in the battle for the promotion.
CC: Last month we finished in 7th now we are in 6th after a very hard month. I don't feel any kind of pressure #swfcLIVE— Sheffield Wednesday (@swfc) March 3, 2016
Wednesday’s bad run of form started with a 1-0 defeat against Preston North End at Deepdale.
They then could only manage to claim a point against Queens Park Rangers in front of their own fans last week, before drawing with Hull City in their most recent outing.
Wednesday’s play-off position is now under threat, but they have a big chance to get back to winning ways at the weekend.
Carvalhal’s men’s next match is against Rotherham United and they will be expected to take the three points against Neil Warnock’s relegation threatened side.