West Ham manager Avram Grant insists he has been given no indication that he could lose his job.
Grant’s future at Upton Park has been the subject of much speculation following a dismal first half of the season which saw them rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table.
However, the Israeli has led the Hammers to the semi-finals of the Carling Cup, in which they hold a 2-1 advantage over Birmingham City following the first leg, to ease some of the pressure on him.
And Grant is confident the West Ham board will give him more time to turn around the club’s league fortunes
The former Chelsea and Portsmouth boss told Sky Sports News: “I understand why you keep asking this question, because someone gives you a rumour and then you have to ask.
“But I have had to answer this question since day one that I have been here. I can tell you what I think.
“I think if the owners have something to say to me, they will say it to me. If I think I can't do the job right, I will say to them that I don't want to stay and I will go.
“That is the right thing to do. I don't think I need to deal with any issues through the media.”