Arsenal head coach Unai Emery says he has the club’s support despite a disappointing season.

Arsenal are currently eighth in the Premier League and have failed to win any of their last five league games.

The Gunners were booed off following the 2-2 home draw against Southampton on Saturday, but Emery says he does not feel any pressure from the club.

He said: “The club is supporting me. I feel the club is responsible in that area. I really appreciate that a lot.

“I feel strong with that support and I know my responsibility is to come back and change the situation.

“We need to recover the confidence, I need to achieve good balance, and we need to be more compact.

“We have very good players but now they are playing without confidence sometimes in the matches.”

“I am feeling responsible for my work. I know we need to improve. When I lost, I am not feeling well,” he added.

“I am feeling that responsibility to come back, the responsibility to analyse, and to work and improve to achieve our performance.

“In my work, I enjoy it. Every day I enjoy it. The players and the preparation I enjoy because I love that work.”

Some fans are calling for the Spaniard to be sacked, with Mauricio Pochettino and Mikel Arteta touted as potential replacements, Emery insists he is still enjoying his time at the Emirates.