Juventus dismissing Massimiliano Allegri following early-season struggles would be "madness", according to Bianconeri chief executive Maurizio Arrivabene.
Allegri's side had won just two of their eight games in all competitions ahead of their Serie A trip to Monza on Sunday.
That form has led to growing pressure on coach Allegri, who has resembled a defiant figure as he insisted his side were "growing" despite domestic and European failings so far.
The 55-year-old signed a four-year contract in Turin last year, and reports in Italy suggest Juve are unlikely to part ways with Allegri at this stage.
Arrivabene echoed those sentiments as he suggested he should take some blame for the Bianconeri's underwhelming results this term.
"Changing would be madness," he told DAZN. "Today, problems must be lived and seen at 360 degrees; we have come out of difficult years that have weighed on everyone's skin, not just football.
"The responsibility is running Juventus; carrying out summary trials or pointing at a culprit does not help a club like Juve to work.
"Max not only has a contract but a four-year programme. I have a CEO programme. If you are looking for a culprit, it's me.
"The CEO is at the top of the company; if things don't work out somehow, it's also my job to make them work.
"Looking ahead, there are three very important elements: humility, clarity, determination. We need to look ahead together."