Martin Jol has warned Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy he won't be pushed around.
Jol knows he's fighting for his future at White Hart Lane. But, grilled by supporters at a special event held in Enfield last night, the manager told fans he is determined to stay even if it means taking a seat next to them in the stands.
Jol said: "I was very disappointed with what happened but I have moved on. I promise I'm not going anywhere. I have two years left on my contract and I would like to think that I will see those years out.
"I told the chairman [Daniel Levy] that if I'm not sitting in the dug-out I will be sitting in the stands as a fan because that's what I am. He won't get rid of me that easily.
"I used to wave at the fans quite quickly when they sang my name, but now I leave it a while so the board can see and hear it."