Norwich City manager Chris Hughton has admitted that this weekend's clash will Hull City is a "massive game" after odds of him being the next managerial casualty dropped to 4/1.
The Canaries crashed out of the FA Cup last night to fellow Premier League strugglers Fulham but Houghton remained defiant despite the fact that Norwich have now gone eight games without a win.
The 55-year-old told Sky Sports: "My only concerns are doing the job to the best of my ability and getting results for the team.
"Do I worry about not getting results? Yes, because that's the business we're in.
"But we're also three points away from 10th place and there are teams that have deemed to have had good seasons that are perhaps one or two points ahead of us in the division.
"We've had tough periods, but you have to come out of these stronger and the only thing on my mind is firstly the disappointment of going out, and we've got a massive game on Saturday we've got to try to win."
Norwich currently sit in 15th position, but a win on Saturday would see them go level on points with Hull in 10th.
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