Arsene Wenger insists the growing frustration about his failure to end Arsenal's seven-year trophy drought will not distract him from finding a way to get the club back on track.
Wenger, whose side host Aston Villa in the FA Cup on Sunday, was subjected to a rare show of dissent during last weekend's home defeat by Manchester United when he opted to replace lively winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with the lacklustre Andrey Arshavin.
Asked about last week's jeers, he said: "I can live with that. I do not think about the fans' reaction, I think about how we can win our games.
"I will live forever by the values I think are right in football. One or two lost games, or one or two bad reactions, will not change that."