Unai Emery says he is not worried about reports he will be sacked by Paris Saint-Germain after the club’s Champions League exit.
PSG were beaten 2-1 by Real Madrid at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday with the La Liga giants progressing to the quarter-finals after a 5-2 aggregate victory.
Following their midweek European exit, PSG are reportedly considering potential replacements for Emery with Atletico Madrid’s Diego Simeone and Chelsea’s Antonio Conte said to be in the frame.
The former Sevilla coach, however, is not getting worried about the possibility of being fired by PSG at the end of the campaign.
“After this elimination, the criticism is normal,” Emery said ahead of Saturday’s home game with Metz.
“The most important is the internal analysis, what needs to be done to change and progress.
“I think of the collective, the club. The future for me is tomorrow. We have other goals, to prepare ourselves well.
“I’m not worried about my personal future, I’m not worried about the team: how can you get performance and be better prepared for our future? The project is that of PSG, I believe in this project.”