No problems with Scotland boss says Wolves defender Berra
Christophe Berra insists that all the Scotland players enjoying coming to work under current manager Craig Levein.
The Scots sit at the bottom of the Group A table of World Cup qualifying following last night's 2-0 loss to Belgium with plenty of calls for Levein's job after their poor beginning to the campaign which already appears to be over.
However, Wolves centre-back Berra is confident that the entire squad is behind Levein as he battles to keep the position he has held since December 2009.
"If you ask anyone, everyone likes turning up," he said.
"It's a media-driven world at times and whatever makes the back pages, the fans will read, the whole country will read and they will take their views from that.
"But you've got to take the views of the players and we all enjoy it and feel we are going in the right direction and just need that bit of luck.
"It's a results-driven business but we are all behind the manager."