Ronald Koeman is undergoing a tough time in Barcelona.
The Dutch manager will be out of contract next summer and his job is currently on the line.
There have been constant rumours of Koeman getting the sack even after Joan Laporta decided to stick with him for the new campaign.
The 3-0 Bayern loss last week has fuelled the pressure on Koeman but the manager insists he doesn’t fear for his future.
“There have been a lot of changes to the team, players are out injured and we’re playing a lot of youngsters,” Koeman said in a news conference on Sunday.
“People who know that would surely say that we’re going through a change and that you need time, but what matters is winning games.
“There were questions before playing Bayern about renewing my contract. We lose 3-0 and now the questions are if I fear for my future. I don’t think it’s normal.
“We’re confident we can win games, there’s a long way to go. I know that results count. I don’t fear for my future. At the end of the day, the club and the president make the decisions.”