The experienced Argentine manager is coming under pressure due to Leeds’ poor start to the season and a spot in 16th in the standings.


Some fans are worried about the prospect of a relegation battle and Leeds did little to ease their concerns when they lost 7-0 at Manchester City earlier this week.



There has been little to suggest that Bielsa, who remains a popular figure at Elland Road, is at risk of being sacked, with more concern over whether he might walk away from the job, feeling he has done all he can.


The Leeds boss has insisted he will not quit though and is hoping he can see out the season in the hot seat.



“I am going to fight until the end of the season without any doubts”, he told a press conference.


“I hope nothing happens that does not allow me to act [on] what I just said.”



Bielsa will look for his men to return to winning ways this weekend when Arsenal are due to provide the opposition at Elland Road.


The Gunners are now fourth in the standings after beating West Ham.