West Bromwich Albion boss Pepe Mel has no doubts the squad is good enough to stay up.
Mel, who has not spoken to owner Jeremy Peace or sporting and technical director Richard Garlick about his future, says he has no regrets about taking the job.
"If I didn't believe there were winners in the dressing room, I would have already spoken to the chairman in order to leave," Mel insisted. "What I need is players who are willing to work and willing to win.
"Pressure is totally normal when a head coach is not achieving results but the most important thing is the players and I can see their confidence is really high. What we really need to be now is pragmatic, regardless of how we actually play, what we need to do is win games.
"I speak with Richard Garlick every day and many times a day, and work here for many hours. The only thing is winning against Swansea.
"It's possible to win four games and indeed win more than four games but we just have to think about the next game."
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