Leicester offer support to manager Claudio Ranieri
Leicester fell to a fourth-straight Premier League defeat against Manchester United on Sunday, leading to speculation Ranieri's time at the Foxes could be up.
The 3-0 loss at the King Power Stadium saw 18th-placed Foxes move dangerously close to the relegation zone, with Hull now just one point behind.
But Leicester insist they have no plans to sack Ranieri, who guided the Foxes to the Premier League title last season.
Claudio Ranieri guided Leicester to Premier League glory last season
Ranieri's side face Swansea on Sunday after tomorrow's FA Cup fourth-round replay with Derby.
And the trip to the Liberty Stadium could prove vital with Paul Clement's men sitting one place behind only on goal difference.
A club statement read: "In light of recent speculation, Leicester City Football Club would like to make absolutely clear its unwavering support for its first team manager, Claudio Ranieri.
— Leicester City (@LCFC) February 7, 2017
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"While there is a collective appreciation from everyone at the club that recent form needs to improve, the unprecedented success achieved in recent seasons has been based firmly on stability, togetherness and determination to overcome even the greatest of challenges.
"The entire club is and will remain united behind its manager and behind its players, collectively and firmly focused on the challenges ahead."