Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists he be won't be walking away from his position and it's up to the club whether they want to sack him.
Last night's 2-2 draw at Livingston saw the Hoops go four Scottish league games without a win for the first time since the year 2000. It leaves the reigning champions 20 points behind leaders Rangers.
"I won't walk away, absolutely not," the former Northern Ireland midfielder said. "I've put too much into this. Too much of my life. And a month ago we won the treble.
"We've lost two games in the league. Europe wasn't good enough and we're out of the League Cup. But we're human beings and we haven't played well for whatever reason.
"We can analyse it to death. Maybe no fans has had an adverse effect, I don't know. But they haven't reached the levels of last season by any stretch of the imagination.
"I haven't changed my procedures, my philosophy hasn't changed but for some reason too many haven't reached anywhere near their levels.
"If the club have to make a decision then they have to make a decision. You're asking the wrong guy about my position.
"I'm fed up answering it really. Everyone is interested in my job. You keep asking if I'm going to be here. I will be until I'm told otherwise.
"We've won five trophies out of six. Not bad."