There is a split in the dressing room regarding the future of West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini.
The Argentine boss is facing the sack if his team loses to Southampton on Saturday.
They have only picked up a single win in their last 11 matches.
There is a split in the dressing room, according to The Sun.
Some players are confused by the lack of planning and tactics from Pellegrini and his coaching staff.
Other, more senior members of the squad question the commitment of a few of their teammates.
One who is said to be upset is summer signing Sebastian Haller, who has failed to shine in a centre-forward position this season.
He feels as though he is getting too much of the blame for the team's failings in recent months.