West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce does not fear for his job despite recent Tottenham Hotspur and West Brom sackings

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Sam Allardyce has come under pressure due to their poor form: Action Images Sam Allardyce has come under pressure due to their poor form: Action Images

West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce insists he does not fear for his job despite the club's poor current form.

The Hammers have slipped down to fourth bottom in the Premier League while West Brom and Tottenham have recently dismissed their managers. 

But Allardyce told the club website: "No, I don't fear for my job. When you're a senior manager in the years that I've been managing now, then that becomes one of those things that you face on some occasions of your career.

"There's always going to be a time when there's a difficult period and my responsibility is to manage the players through that. You have to make sure you bring stability back to the club and get where you want to be.

"My particular situation will ease and will get better as long as we get our injured players fit, and our communication between the board of directors and myself with everyone at the club is clear and precise."

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