Walter Mazzari says he is confident of retaining the position of Watford manager come season’s end.
The Hornets’ boss was under fire line earlier in the season after a run of poor results, but pressure has since eased with the club sitting in 10th position.
Watford though wants success and in the past, the job has been a difficult position to fill. Former Watford manager, Quique Sanchez Flores had a good run of results including an FA Cup semi-final appearance but yet he was shown his marching orders.
Mazzarri though he believes that won’t be the case.
“As far as I am concerned I will be here 100 percent next season,” Mazzarri told media before the clash against Hull City.
“I have a three-year contract here and something terrible must happen for me to leave.
“We weren’t very lucky with injuries and despite all this we are 10th. You only have to look at what the bookmakers said to know that is an achievement.”
Watford plays Hull at the KCOM Stadium this weekend and the visitors should be the in form favourites after winning three of their last four games.
While for Hull they are in a fight of their own and are just two points above the relegation zone.