Neil Harris concedes that the next two games will be definitive when deciding his future at Cardiff City.
It has been a disappointing start to the season for Cardiff, who finished in the play-offs last term and fell just short against eventual winners Fulham.
The Bluebirds currently sit 18th in the Sky Bet Championship table having won only three of their last 13 games, and have won only one of their last eight games.
The pressure has mounted on Harris, whose side have failed to ignite any sort of promotion push and find consistent form this term.
This weekend, they face Luton Town at the Cardiff City Stadium, before hosting Huddersfield Town on Tuesday night.
With two home games on the horizon, it is essential that Harris’ side return to much-needed winning ways.
Speaking to the BBC, the manager has said that the next two games will be definitive when deciding his future at Cardiff, after speaking with owner Vincent Tan in midweek.
He said: “I think this is a big period for me, for the the club and the group, the next couple of games..
“I put expectation on my own shoulders, I need my players to deliver and make sure I get calls right.”
If Cardiff don’t pick up at least four points from these next two games, then you’d expect Harris to be sacked.
It hasn’t been a good start to the season by any means, especially considering that they managed to keep hold of the bulk of the squad that led them to a play-off finish last term.
They should be doing much better, and with two home games coming up, it’s so important that they get back to winning ways on home turf.