He told the Daily Express: "When we win, I don't think we get the credit we deserve.
"But that's something you get with playing for this football club. If you don't like it, then you can go and quit if you want. We need players who want to play for this football club."
Taylor added when asked about the uncertainty surrounding Newcastle: "We haven't got a clue what's going on but, as players, we just get on with it.
"It's like us against the world, but that could work in our favour. As long as we stick together whatever else happens will happen.
"If players leave, players leave. What they will leave is a group of lads who are 100 per cent committed. We've shown that in training and in most of the pre-season games.
"There are no slackers on the training field. We've sat down and said, 'if we stick together, then we will be OK'.
"There's a massive siege mentality in the dressing room. We know we're there to be shot at the moment, but we're pulling together as a squad.
"Things can turn around very quickly at this football club. You feel as though it's us against the world at times and that can be a massive thing."