Snodgrass admits the season-long speculation over the manager's future is an unwanted distraction in the survival battle.
"It seems like the manager has been under pressure in the media most of the season," he told the Pink 'Un. From my side as a footballer, you don't think like that. He is the manager, you have your team mates and you work for that result at the end of the week.
"Against Tottenham we won when people were saying that was a big game, against West Ham we won, against Hull as well. In terms of the unity it is there for all to see. Whatever anyone above us thinks is something you can't affect as a player. All I can affect is my performance to help the team win football games. If you look at Sam Allardyce there is the proof of the pudding. It is about faith and loyalty but lets be honest there isn't any loyalty these days. You see people lose their job within two months. All Chris Hughton can do is get results."
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