The West Ham United boss is currently under severe pressure.
Hammers boss Slaven Bilic addressed the media today during his pre-match press conference ahead of his side's game against Liverpool on Saturday, and responded to a question asking him if he has spoken to David Gold and David Sullivan following his team's disappointing draw with Crystal Palace last weekend, as quoted by the club's official website.
West Ham have endured a miserable start to their 2017/18 Premier League campaign, and currently sit precariously in 16th position in the table, after a paltry return of just nine points from their opening 10 league outings.
The Croatian would have been seething with the manner in which his side threw away a two goal lead against the Eagles on Saturday, after his players demonstrated their naïvety when not holding on to the ball in the dying minutes at Selhurst Park.
And Bilic told reporters how the Hammers desperately need something against Jürgen Klopp's men at the London Stadium on Saturday, after having spoke with the club's joint Chairmen, as quoted by WHUFC.com:
"I know the situation. I spoke to the chairmen as I do after every game. We need something from our next game. Of course [I need something]. Every win, even in a Cup, will take me and us out of that position. I know my job is to look after the team and we're thinking about a very important game."
Saturday's game against Liverpool will be absolutely vital for West Ham, before they head into the two week international break, and if they fail to get something from the match, Bilic will face an incredibly testing fortnight.