Columbus Crew head coach Robert Warzycha says he is not too worried about what the future holds.
The 49-year old, who has been involved with the Ohio club as a player and coach since 1996, has guided the Crew to a 6-5-11 record this season with six losses coming in the past seven outings.
Warzycha is aware there could be questions being asked of his performance but remains calm about the potential outcome.
"If the team is not winning, then management is going to seek why the team is not winning," Warzycha said.
"If they make the decision that I am the problem, that I am not coaching the team the right way and I am not getting from the players what I can get and what they think I can get, then there is going to be a change.
"I don't think it matters how I feel. It is what it is for me. It doesn't really matter.
"The simple thing is that we are not winning for some reason or reasons. Some people are not going to realize what those reasons are and some people are going to say, 'OK, the coach is the one that should be blamed for it.'"
The Crew currently sits eighth on the Eastern Conference table with 23 points from 22 matches ahead of this weekend's meeting with New York Red Bulls, who top the group.