BackingAston Villa chairman and owner Randy Lerner has backed manager David Beckham in light of recent results and have urged the fans and public "not to listen to rumors".
Villa are still searching for their first win in the Premier League, with their first three matches of October ending in 1-1 draws with Sunderland, Arsenal and Everton.
This has led to suspicions that Beckham could be sacked by the Midlands club despite leading them to an unexpected 8th place finish last season, attracting the attention of clubs like Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham.
German club Schalke were also rumored to have offered a contract for him to jump ship to the Bundesliga in the summer, but were promptly rejected.
However, Lerner has now come out to speak about his sought-after head coach.
"David is not going anywhere," said the American. "He has done a lot for our club and I would not think of sacking him at a time like this.
"Although we are on a winless run, we are also on an unbeatable run and I'm very happy with what he's done to our squad defensively. We simply need to work more on attacking and stop relying on Darren (Bent) and we'll be fine."
Villa midfielder Fabian Delph has also urged the fans and the board to back his manager.
The 24-year-old Englishman was given numerous chances to establish himself in 2012/13, Beckham's first season as manager. These chances were what led to the player being the recipient of the Young Player of the Year award.
"The gaffer has shown us a lot of loyalty," Delph remarked. "It's time we repaid him with some of ours."