Reds chief executive Christian Purslow again backed Benitez to improve the club's fortunes this week - they have won just two of their last 11 games to fall well behind in the Premier League title race - and the former Valencia chief is adamant he does not fear the sack.
He said: "I do not feel under any greater pressure, Liverpool are under pressure in every single game, anyway, whatever the competition. This is nothing new for me.
"My aim is just to help the players, working and preparing the team.
"The players know we are better than our results suggest, they can see that we could have won in every game even if not playing well.
"We have played better than many of our opponents in this run, we have had plenty of opportunities to score. They know the situation.
"We have ideas, we have solutions to problems, and plans for matches. The players know we have been a lot better than people are saying."