Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, has insisted he will not resign his position.
Arteta said this on Monday, ahead of their Carabao Cup quarter-final clash at home against Manchester City.
The Spaniard is under pressure following a poor start to the Premier League campaign..
The Gunners currently sit in 15th place, four points above relegation spots.
When asked if he would walk away as a manager, Arteta said: “I don’t like to think about those steps because then I will be thinking in a negative way.
“At the moment, I have to try to be as positive as I can, believe in what we’re doing, try to modify things to make it work better and stay strong.
“I’m not in that state of mind. I know the responsibility that I have and why I am here. Everybody knows that from a few months ago, this wasn’t going to be resolved really quickly. I think that’s the consciousness of everybody at the club.”