Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane insists he has no intention of quitting the club, despite calls for his head from certain sections of the supporters.
The Brazilians have endured a rocky start to the new campaign, crashing out of the MTN8 in the early rounds while also winning only three of their opening six Premiership matches.
However, back-to-back victories in their most recent league outings, against Ajax Cape Town and Jomo Cosmos, have helped relieve the pressure, but regardless of that fact, Mosimane insists he will not be going anywhere soon.
"I like to take the good and leave the negative. I am not a coach who quits. I don't quit, no matter how difficult it is, I don't quit," the coach told KickOff.
"I think you know how many years I have coached in the PSL, it's 14 years with only two teams. So I stay, I would like to stay. I don't hope. While I have a job, I am not looking for another job. I try to do my best.
"I had my contract at SuperSport [United] and I don't know how many times it was renewed.
"I don't like hoping, I give my best and my best is to try and deliver trophies, and I wish to deliver more trophies at Sundowns."