Wales manager Chris Coleman has told ITV Wales' 'In Touch' he's still confident he can improve his team's disappointing results.
Wales have won only one game out of six under his stewardship, with the solitary victory coming against Scotland.
"I never, ever doubted could I do the job" he said.
"If you lose self-belief, the players sense that on you. And then you can't guide them, you can't lead them."
You can watch this interview in full tonight at 11.05pm on ITV1 Wales.
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