West Ham boss Slaven Bilic insists the job isn't getting to him.
"I don't think there is a problem if a manager is like that after his team have lost, especially four times in a row.
"The defeat did hurt, so why should I pretend that it didn't? It hurt me personally, totally. It hurts me when I look at the Premier League table, it hurts me when I look in the mirror.
"What is the point of smiling? Does that make me a brave leader? I am a leader and I am very brave but I hurt after a defeat. Most of the managers are the same.
"It doesn't mean I have lost my faith or determination — on the contrary – but we lost again and I don't like it.
"It hurt me."