Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson is unworried about his position despite his team's 0-10 win-loss record to start the NFL season.
The Browns were beaten by the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday and a 0-16 season looks a real possibility.
Jackson addressed his job security with an upbeat attitude on Friday, saying he felt comfortable.
"[Owners] Jimmy Haslam and Dee Haslam have been outstanding," Jackson said on Friday.
"Obviously, they don't like to lose, either, but I think they understand the plan and what we're trying to accomplish.
"I have total faith and confidence in them and the vision that we've created. No one wants to be sitting here in the position that we're in, but they've been outstanding to me.
"They've been outstanding in their support of me. I feel very comfortable with where we are – not where we are as far as our record – I feel very comfortable as far as where we are in my relationship with them and how they feel about where we are headed."
It should be mentioned the Browns are not built to win right now.
The front office is stashing draft picks while Jackson deals with a miserable quarterback situation and lacklustre roster.
The Browns have six more chances to win, starting next week against the Pittsburgh Steelers.