The Dutchman admits he is "not sure" whether he can turn the fans around, but is confident he can oversee an improvement in the results.
Asked what keeps him driven to succeed given the supporters' anger, Jol said: "But then somebody else has to do it and I still know these players.
"I brought a lot of players in and they know me. There is no problem in the dressing room.
"You need 40 points and Swansea, for example, would have been below us if we would have had the winner today and there is no problem over there.
"We scored their first goal for them, so what is the difference between success and failure?"
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