Nigel Pearson: It's time to forget rumours and get on with the job at Leicester City
Nigel Pearson said he knows he has the full support of everyone at Leicester City.
City's owners released a statement on Friday to quash persistent rumours about Pearson's future and the City fans frequently sang his name throughout Saturday's game.
Pearson put the rumours down to mischievous reporting from a couple of national newspapers, but said he would put the whole saga behind him.
"There has been a bit of mischievous reporting going on and I don't know where it has come from," he said.
"I know I have the support here. It wasn't a vote of confidence at all. They have made a statement and it is nice to get that support but I know I have that support anyway.
"It is unfortunate the way things developed in certain areas of the media. Where they originate from I don't know and why they keep rearing their heads I don't know either. All I can do is my job.
"I have great staff here, I am pleased with how the squad is shaping up and I know have the support of the people I work for.
"The remit is always the same, as a manager you have to deliver results on the pitch. I will continue to do the job how I think it needs to be done.
"We try to do things in a relatively quiet way here, in the sense there isn't a lot of razzmatazz from me or the people I work for. We try and do things in a sensible low-key way.
"There has been enough hype around the club previously but, ultimately, we need success here. I will put this behind me and move on.
"I am in contact with my superiors all the time. We have won a game today and all we are talking about is old news.
"I know where I sit and I know what is happening at the club."