Des Hasler says he isn’t worried about his job despite another loss for the Canterbury Bulldogs on Thursday night against the Penrith Panthers.
The 16-8 defeat was the final nail in a disastrous season for the Bulldogs but Hasler isn’t sweating his future.
“What’s the point of worrying? You can only really play what’s in front. Why should I be worried? I tend not to listen,” he said.
“I’ll have to let it settle, strip back and find reasons why. What’s important is what we’re going to make of the end. There’s still five games to go. We’ve got to finish those.”
Hasler was brought before the Bulldogs board earlier this week to defend the team’s poor season.