Rangers chairman David Murray has publicly backed his under-fire boss Paul Le Guen.
Le Guen has come in under pressure following a disappointing start to his tenure as Rangers manager.
Rangers were knocked out of the CIS Cup in midweek to St Johnstone and their SPL title aspirations already looked doomed as they trail Old Firm rivals Celtic by 15 points.
“At the start of the season, 18 out of 24 journalists tipped Rangers to win the league and it was widely acknowledged that Paul was a great appointment. And I have no reason to change my mind about that,” said Murray.
“There have been voices of discontent but it only makes Paul and I more determined.
“Anyone who knows my track record as a chairman and a businessman knows that I do not make quick decisions.
“I will evaluate the situation at the end of the season, but I do not see any need to panic.
“It is not in my mind to change anything and I hope it is not in Paul’s mind either.
“Domestically, results have not been acceptable but I believe we can turn the corner and improve.
“Paul is here for the long-term. I do not make changes after 10 weeks.”
Le Guen also said he had no intention of quitting despite Rangers poor start to the season.
“I have no regrets. More than ever, I am happy to be here and I am ready to fight on,” insisted Le Guen.