Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has said he is "worried" about his job after a shock 2-1 loss to Norwich.
The result handed United a third defeat in a row in all competitions and are now winless in six games.
Cameron Jerome and Alex Tettey netted for the visitors, while Anthony Martial replied for the hosts.
Asked if he feared for his position, van Gaal said: "Yes of course I am worried about that because I know that belief in a manager is very important."
The Dutchman, 64, could not give a definite answer when asked if he will be given time to turn the situation around at Old Trafford.
"Yes I think so but I never know, in this world, you never know. It is not up to me, but we shall see," he added.