Dundee United manager Craig Brewster has vowed to "stick it out" at Tannadice despite his side's 5-1 defeat at Falkirk.
Craig Brewster is under intense pressure after a run of defeats
Brewster said: "It's up to the chairman to decide. He wants results and we didn't get one today.
"Two wins out of 28 isn't good enough. Managers are given jobs and need to produce results and the results haven't been good enough.
"The goals killed us, we lose them so easily."
The result at the Falkirk Stadium means the Tannadice side have only won twice in the league since Brewster took over in January.
He said: "It was either going to go one way or the other with the team I put out. I thought I had to gamble."
Brewster added that he hoped to be at training with the United squad on Monday morning.