It comes just days after the win over Chelsea, which has staved off reports of the sack for a little while longer, at least.
"Obviously results-wise in the last few weeks we have all been suffering, I have been suffering," he said.
"I feel very responsible for that. The worst feeling is because I want to do so well for this football club and at the moment we are in, I want to bring all my passion, the knowledge that I have, the right intentions to move as quickly as we possibly can as a football club.
"In order to do that we need to win football matches, to be stable and win some time.
"When I don't, I feel like I am letting the club down and the people that work for us, and obviously our fans.
"It is draining, it is frustrating and it is painful. At the same time I know we have to fight our way back.
"In difficult moments is when you see the right people, they give me a lot of encouragement because I see people that are willing to fight with me, with the people that we have here.
"It gives me energy every day to carry on doing it."