Bristol City boss Gary Johnson is not feeling the pressure at Ashton Gate despite some fans calling for his head on Saturday.
The Robins put in a dire performance during their 5-2 home drubbing by Doncaster, which continued their slide down the table and resulted in a section of the City faithful questioning Johnson's position.
However, despite having overseen a run of just one win in 14 games, Johnson said: "I'm not worried. If the players saw that I was worried then the confidence would drain out of them. Things fluctuate and that's why I'm not going to talk about promotion or relegation."
He added: "It was only a week ago or so that we were very happy with our performances and things like this can happen in football. We seem either to be really good or really bad and that's something we have to look at.
"Unless we get a couple of good results now, we are looking at a situation where we are not going to be anywhere near the play-offs during March."
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