Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has suggested he will not be immune to the sack if his side's poor form continues.
City won their first 10 games of the season in all competitions but have won only four of their 15 games since which has seen Guardiola's methods come under scrutiny.
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Saturday's 4-2 defeat at Leicester was their second consecutive defeat in the league and saw them fall seven points behind table toppers Chelsea.
City face Watford at the Etihad on Wednesday, before hosting Arsenal on Nissan Super Sunday, and Guardiola insists he feels that the City hierarchy still trusts him but admits things need to improve.
He said: "The last month I have to accept the results have not gone well. It's the first time in my life that I don't win regularly.
"In the big companies and the big businesses in the world, if something doesn't work you have to find a solution, and normally the guy who has to go is the guy who has to help the players reach the best level.
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"Long-term projects do not exist in football. You have to win immediately and if you don't win, you are in trouble. Then another guy has to be in charge because you have to win.
"Our job is not easy. For all the managers around the world this kind of situation happens. The boss and the chairman are going to decide.
"I feel like they trust me but the reality is that you have to win. Anything can happen. Our position depends on the results.
"But I don't leave. When I arrived here, the same as Barcelona, I stay all my contract. I have never been sacked. We won a lot. Next season will be better, two years will be better."