Swansea captain Leon Britton insists the squad are still firmly behind boss Francesco Guidolin despite recent reports.
The Welsh outfit have gone six Premier League games without a victory following their latest 2-1 loss at home to Liverpool.
Reports claim that the Italian coach is under serious pressure with the likes of Ryan Giggs and Bob Bradley being linked with his job.
However, Britton insists that the squad is firmly behind the manager and feels their hard-working performance on Saturday demonstrated their commitment.
Britton said: “It’s not great but the modern day footballer understands it’s part of the game.
“I think the way we played out there [against Liverpool], and the way we pushed and the way we worked shows that we’re behind the manager. But we can’t stop speculation.”