West Ham manager Slaven Bilic says he is under “big pressure” and in a “very difficult” situation after a 4-1 home defeat by Liverpool.
Thousands of Hammers supporters left London Stadium early for the second home game in a row as the Hammers were left a point above the bottom three.
“The pressure mounts game by game and at this moment it is big,” Bilic, 49, told BBC Sport.
“We will see what the club will do. The club is above everyone.”
West Ham have lost three of their past four games at London Stadium and were unable to cope with Liverpool’s pace on the counter-attack throughout Saturday’s game.
Bilic said he would speak to co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold as usual after the defeat.
“I don’t feel a broken man,” he said. “On the other hand, the situation for West Ham is not good and the club is above every individual.
“I cannot say anything. I cannot say anything negative [about the owners]. They have been supportive, very good to me in my two and half seasons, but the situation is very difficult.
“The international break does not change my situation, it makes no difference. Of course I always believe in myself but it is not only about that now.”
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