Barnet boss Mark Robson insists he is still the man for the job despite his team going ten games without a league win.
Robson's side lost to Exeter 2-1 and are rooted to the bottom of the table with just two points from ten games.
But the Bees manager insists he has no plans to walk away and will keep on fighting to improve.
He said: "I'm still very confident I'm the man to do it and I've got the players to do it as well.
"It's tough at the moment, we're not getting the rub of the green - tonight we hit the post, it's gone inside and come back out again and on Saturday we had a man sent off after going a goal up so it's just not happening at the moment.
"But I'm going to keep on fighting, I want to see the club move up the table and that's going to be an even tougher job now but of course I believe I'm the man for it."
Two goals from Exeter's Jamie Cureton put the visitors 2-0 up before Jake Hyde pulled one back for the Bees late on.