Tim Sherwood spoke with little certainty over his future at Aston Villa after the club fell to a 2-1 defeat to Swansea.
Andre Ayew bagged a late winner as the Swans claimed a 2-1 victory to seal a first win since August and ease any pressure on manager Garry Monk.
But Sherwood is now under immense scrutiny at Villa after they blew a second-half lead to continue their winless run.
Villa have won just once in the Premier League this season and remain stuck in the drop zone, four points from the safety line.
After insisting on Friday that Villa would beat Swansea, Sherwood admitted he was unsure over his position, saying to the BBC: “Am I going to be in the job next week? I’m not the person to ask. I feel like the club is in a hole.
“I am disappointed with the result, we didn’t deserve to lose the game. We can’t carry anyone because we’re getting done. At the moment we are short. If people don’t give everything we’ll come up short.
“There’s no shortage in desire but the quality is not quite there. We’re not world beaters. Our league position suggests we’re not and today wasn’t our day.”