Quique Sanchez Flores responded to questions about his future at Watford by claiming he is not worried.

The Hornets' head coach urged reporters not to worry about his job security, but admitted in football "anything can happen."

Sanchez Flores' predecessor Javi Gracia was sacked just four games into the new season, after failing to deliver a win in the Premier League and failure to defeat Sheffield United on Saturday would be an equally as successful run from the current incumbent.

However, the 54-year-old insisted he was not concerned despite being unable to change things around yet and suggested his confidence was the most important thing to be considered at the moment.

"I have no idea," said Sanchez Flores when asked about his future.

"I think you are a little bit worried about that, I shouldn't be worried. In your way, in your position, I don't give too much worry about what happens with the coaches because the most important thing is how confident the coach could be in himself.

"It's not about what happened. In football everything's possible, every single day. I don't know how many times I can say it, but sometimes many people don't mind about what we do.

"Even many people are talking or writing about us and they don't have to work with you like a coach because you're not here, you're a journalist. You're not here every day watching our training. So don't mind too much what happens during the week if I'm working well, or if I'm working bad.

"It depends on the result. If the result on Saturday is okay, you will think that I will be here in three weeks, four weeks, four months more.

"If we don't win, you will think that probably I will be here for less time. It's not a big concern for the journalists, it should be a big concern for the coach. If the coach says that I'm not worried about that, it should be enough."