Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean insists he has the full backing of the club's board, and rubbished reports linking him with a summer sacking.
Fresh from winning a well-earned point away at fellow relegation strugglers West Ham United on Saturday, Rovers sit three points clear of the drop zone, as they bid to retain their Barclays Premier League status.
"Ive got a group of players who give me every single thing I ask for and I have owners that are backing me to the hilt," said Kean.
"We've got a good vibe and you don't take five positive results out of seven if the group is not together."
Blackburn's future remains very much in their own hands, and with games against Manchester United at Ewood Park and an away trip to Wolves on the last day of the season to come, Kean believes his side have enough to ensure their survival.
"We'll just keep going and we don't care what people say about us. We're almost there and we'll be a lot stronger for this experience."