Queens Park Rangers boss Ian Holloway reckons he could face the sack if he fails to pick up points in the club's final two games of the season.
It could even find the Hoops relegated to League One, depending on other results. It's simple, Rangers have to win against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
A point may be good enough in the end, but with a trip to Norwich City to end the campaign, it would be better to go there knowing they'll be in the Championship next season.
Holloway accepts results have not been good enough, having guided the side to five wins out of seven before the international break at the end of March.
And the boss knows he has to deliver this weekend before he can start to plan this summer.
"I am playing for my future. The players aren't, their contracts are what they are, aren't they?," he said.
"Managers are these days, so that's it. I have a two-and-a-half year contract, half a year has gone and if we don't stay up I can't imagine me being here, to be fair.
"So who is under pressure more than anybody? Do I look I bothered? Of course, I care. Nobody cares more than me, but what I'm saying is I'm not a tinkerman, I am trying to win us games.
"It's not unfair pressure on managers, that's the way it is today. We have got two more games to sort it out.
"I have got to win some games and I know that. I have got to be a Championship manager. I have to win or draw on Saturday.
"I need our fans to forget about Brentford and get on with the next thing, because that's what I try to get my team doing.
"If people want to argue with me they can, because I know what I'm paid to do and at the minute it isn't going that well.
"We need to be a Championship team, that's what I want and what we need.
"A point or a win against Forest at home means we're in the Championship next season and we can dust ourselves down with the changes I had to make halfway through the season, try and start again and play a way nailed down.
"We have got to earn that right. Six games ago we needed that one win and we still need it."