Man Utd boss is not looking to recruit players that do not fit the bill.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is not worried about his role as Manchester United boss, but he acknowledges that his side need results.
The Norwegian has been under immense scrutiny following inconsistent displays from the Red Devils, who have been able to secure just two wins from their last seven games.
Speaking ahead of their trip to Prenton Park where they face Tranmere Rovers in the FA Cup on Sunday, Solskjaer said he is not looking to recruit players that do not fit the bill just because of their current woes.
"When we sat down we all agreed, the club and I, that the culture had to change," Solskjaer said in his press conference.
"It's not like I've been told without my consent what we're doing, because we agreed to things when we signed contracts and we agreed on a plan. I don't fear for my position in that respect, I just keep on working.
"Of course you know you need results and show you're doing the right things but I won't spend big money on someone to come in here now if they're not right for the club."
The match at Prenton Park today will be the first ever meeting between Tranmere Rovers and The Red Devils, with the two clubs' only previous contest in any competition coming in the 1976-77 League Cup second round; a clash United won 5-0 at Old Trafford.