Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has made assurances over the future of manager Kenny Dalglish, insisting he has the 'full support' of owners Fenway Sports Group.
The position of the Reds boss has come under scrutiny in recent weeks after a woeful run in the league in which they lost five of six matches, ending their hopes of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League.
Director of football Damien Comolli left the club earlier on Thursday but Werner insists Dalglish's position is safe.
"We've got great confidence in Kenny," he told liverpoolfc.tv.
"We feel the team is going to make strides in the future and he enjoys our full support."
Werner also gave his backing to managing director Ian Ayre. The club have been criticized this season for an apparent lack of leadership after their poor handling of the Luis Suarez-Patrice Evra race row.
After the departure of Comolli - along with head of sports medicine and sports science Peter Brukner, who also left the club on Thursday - Werner was asked whether he envisaged any other changes at senior management level.
"We do not. We believe the senior management is very strong, Ian Ayre is an outstanding managing director," said the American.
"His charge is to raise revenue so that we can put the resources into strengthening our football club.
"We've got great confidence in the other people in football operations, and so the answer is there will be no future changes of significance."