If Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was feeling the pressure, it was just a little low pressure coming in from the west.
The Manchester United manager turned to meteorology to explain how he believes the board will continue to back him through a sticky start to the season.
United kick off their game at Everton this lunchtime in 15th place and with Solskjaer under fire after back-to-back defeats. The Norwegian was feeling the heat but perhaps not in the way we thought.
Today it's sunny in Manchester, I don't expect the wind to turn,' he said. 'I've always had a very good, open, honest and positive dialogue with the club. They've shown strong leadership since I came in.
'Of course, there is always pressure and expectations on us, but I have grown up here and have learned how to deal with good and bad times.
'I'm good. You don't have to be happy to still stay positive because you know on difficult days in life there will be better ones coming.
'I don't look at one or two results and fall like a house of cards. It's a setback, definitely. But not long ago we were the best thing since sliced bread when we beat Leipzig and Paris Saint-Germain.