Believe me, we're working hard to bring success.
It’s been another frustrating week, but take it from me – we’ll be going all out to end it on a high note with a home win over Crewe tomorrow.
It goes without saying that we haven’t started the season as well as we hoped we would, and while there are reasons for that, I understand where the fans are coming from.
As with all subjects of debate, there will always be a minority of people with a different slant to most, and I admit I don’t enjoy having to take stick – who would?
But as a manager, you have to accept it comes with the territory, and the best answer is to perform where it matters – out on the pitch.
We all know football is a results-driven business. Win three games in a row and according to the papers, you’re the best thing since sliced bread. Lose three and you’re head’s on the block.
Some papers have referred to me as being under fire but I certainly haven’t had that indication from the board here.
I will just keep doing the job to the best of my ability, because I’m confident that improved results are just around the corner.
I’ve had some letters from supporters over comments I made after the Peterborough match regarding still being in my job on Boxing Day.
When I said if I’m having Christmas dinner at home rather than travelling up to Carlisle for our match the following day then so be it, I wasn’t being flippant, as they seemed to think.
I meant that I’ll be working as hard as I can to ensure I’m still manager of Huddersfield Town, but that in this job you have to be philosophical.
Football is an emotional game to many people, but as a manager, it’s important to remain objective and take decisions with a clear head.
I’m paid to take decisions, and they are made after a lot of thought and with one aim – bringing success to the football club.
My job remains enjoyable, but I have to admit, it would be even more enjoyable if we could put a run together and start to climb that table.
Against Yeovil on Tuesday, we did everything right other than take the chances we created.
We’ll be going all out to put things right and get three points on the board tomorrow.