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Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers says the club has “been very supportive” and he will not walk away following five losses in a row.
The Foxes are bottom of the Premier League, having claimed one point from six games so far this season and face 17th-placed Aston Villa on Saturday,
Asked whether he has considered his position at the club, Rodgers said no.
The 49-year-old said:
“I am not daft, I understand football, it has not been a great start at all.”
“But the support shows the level of work we have done here and the appreciation of what we have been through over the course of the summer,” added Rodgers. “It’s been very supportive.”
He said it is his “responsibility to improve the results”, adding:
“There is no question about that.”
Leicester won the FA Cup in 2021, with Rodgers taking charge in February 2019 and his side finishing fifth later that season