Inter Milan boss Rafael Benitez has urged everyone at Inter Milan to stick together as the club aim to get their stuttering season back on track in Wednesday's Champions League encounter with Twente.
Benitez has come under further pressure after Sunday's 2-1 defeat at Chievo saw Inter drop to sixth in Serie A.
And the former Liverpool boss has admitted that the next week represents a crucial period for his side, starting with the Nerazzurri's home clash with FC Twente at the San Siro.
"We know the situation is critical with (Serie A leaders) AC Milan now nine points clear of us,'' Benitez said. "I have spoken to (Inter president Massimo) Moratti and to (Inter sporting director Marco) Branca.
"We all need to be united. We are all in agreement that Inter has to win these type of games because we are a strong side. Is my job at risk? I am a professional, with so many years of experience.