Despite his side being 19 points adrift of the league leaders in the Serie A, AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri says he is not worried about losing his job.
Milan have had a terrible start to the season having only won three of their 12 league matches and are currently sitting in tenth place on the table with a measly 13 points to their name.
On Sunday Milan produced another stuttering performance as they drew 0-0 with Chievo to register their fourth draw of the league season to go along with five losses.
Allegri, though, is not worried that his job is on the line and was happy with his side’s showing against Chievo in Sunday.
“If the club thinks this team needs another coach then they'll let me know,” said Allegri.
“The lads played well, created a great deal and didn't allow many chances, which wasn't easy.
“We had Wednesday's game in our legs and a situation that was difficult, but I could not have asked for more from my players.
“I look at what happens on the field. The lads created several scoring opportunities against a Chievo side that was clammed up into its own half, so I could not have expected more.
“When everyone gives their all, you cannot ask for more in terms of effort.
“It's true our passing wasn't as good as it could've been in the final third, but that is all.”