Following the 1-2 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt, Arsenal manager Unai Emery has refused to answer questions about his future amid speculations he is facing the sack.
Arsenal have now gone seven games without a win in all competitions with their last victory coming in the 3-2 win over Vitoria Guimaraes.
The clash against Frankfurt saw many seats vacant at the Emirates Stadium as some fans boycotted going to watch the match.
Emery remained tight-lipped about his future when he was asked if he was confident he could turn things around, "Now our moment is not good. We need to win, take confidence and I think we are better than we are showing. The players, the coaches and myself.
"Really, the response from the players in the first half was good and in the second half we started very well. The injuries to Shkodran Mustafi and David Luiz were very important because when you are losing you need some fresh players offensively to give the team more options and we couldn't do that."
When asked if he fears for the worst, Emery had this to say, "I am thinking first to analyze that match and also the Europa League matches. Today we improved things but it wasn't enough."