Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini insists he isn't worried about his position at the Etihad, despite reports suggesting that Pep Guardiola may be set to be his successor next summer.
Guardiola revealed he would leave Bayern Munich when the campaign comes to an end, increasing widespread reports the Spaniard will be the next Citizens boss. However, Pellegrini responded by saying he is thinking about winning against the Black Cats.
"I am just thinking about winning against Sunderland. For me, it doesn't matter if I continue or not," the Chilean said as skysports.com reported.
"You continue trying to have my answers about the future. How can I tell you how another person will think about the situation? It's very difficult, it's impossible. What I know is that for me, it is very good to win the title.
"It's very important to win. You demonstrate what kind of manager you are, and after that you can have another club that maybe they win the title and are sacked. It's a matter that for me is not important really."