Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew says he accepts the pressure from supporters after the club's recent slump in form.
The Magpies have now lost six Premier League games in a row and some fans were seen holding up banners against Pardew in the 3-0 defeat at Arsenal on Monday night.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has hailed the club's fans the best in the world - even though most of the 2,000 spent Monday night chanting 'six in a row'.
The 3-0 loss was the Magpies' sixth straight Barclays Premier League defeat and supporters continued their campaign to see him removed as manager.
Goals from Laurent Koscielny, Mesut Ozil and Oliver Giroud were enough to push Arsenal to the brink of Champions League qualification while, for Newcastle, it appears they are ambling towards a top-half finish. But the Newcastle faithful turned on their manager with chants of "we want Pardew out".
Despite all of that Pardew, who was back on the touchline following a seven-game ban for headbutting Hull's David Meyler, was full of praise for the supporters.
"We've got the best fans in the world," he declared.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has backed Shola Ameobi to follow him into management.
He is a very important leader. He is a player who is going to have a huge future on the coaching and managerial front himself.
He has had great experience here. You have to remember, he has experienced the real heady days under [Sir] Bobby [Robson] and some disappointing days as well.
He has seen it all and that gives him great experience for this particular club, and that's why he is very, very important in my changing room.
A minority of Newcastle United supporters were calling for the Manager's head last weekend.
Alan Pardew came under fire as his team lost at Stoke, continuing a dismal sequence of premier league results.
The Magpies boss has had a few days to reflect on the fans anger and today he responded to criticism aimed at him and his team.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has insisted the club needs to improve its squad in the summer.
The Magpies travel to Stoke in the Premier League this afternoon.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew is hoping his side can get their "winning momentum" back from earlier in the season.
Despite a promising first-half of the campaign, the Magpies fallen away in the race for a Europa League spot after suffering four defeats in their last five Premier League games.
Newcastle also have a host of key players out injured, including top scorer Loic Remy.
Alan Pardew says Newcastle United "need to push on" after Saturday's 4-0 home defeat to Manchester United.
The result was Newcastle's fourth loss in five Premier League games.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew says Manchester United showed "heart and character" in their 1-1 draw with Bayern Munich on Tuesday.
The Magpies host the Premier League champions at St James' Park on Saturday.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has heaped praise on Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash between the two clubs.
The England international was a regular starter under Pardew when he was Southampton manager in the 2009/2010 season. Now the 25-year-old is expected to be included in Roy Hodgson's England squad for this summer's World Cup.
Pardew said: "He [Lallana] has a beauty and grace on the ball that I would like to have here".