The manager says he wants to stay.
Relive the action from the Stadium of Light in the video at the top of this story. This football club is in a mess right now and boss David Moyes is fast losing control. "He hasn't played, and he's going to get fitter, but he's played 90-odd minutes there for the first time in a long time and that's real credit to him".
The club's goal drought ended after 701 tortuous minutes when Wahbi Khazri's corner caught the win and flew in.
He said: "When you're a football manager, if you're not doing well, you expect to be criticised". That's what has been the problem. "There have been a little bit of problems within the dressing room but that's for us to deal with".
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Last season, Sam Allardyce helped Sunderland finish two points and one place above the drop zone while only three points and two places saved them the previous year.
Skipper Lee Cattermole emerged to defend Moyes, but even then he could not sugarcoat the mood around the club.
The Black Cats are deep in relegation trouble again, nine points adrift of safety with six games remaining, although they have a game in hand over Hull in 17th place. If we have to start with a draw, we'll start with a draw, but I think you'll definitely see us look to build on that.
'Which fans are happy? Which players are happy?
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He maintains that he inherited a poisoned chalice at a club now around £140m in debt which, in recent years, has consistently occupied the Premier League's bottom five positions despite shouldering a top-10 wage bill.
"But we're working as hard as we can to try to get out of it, and looking at the way we performed (on Saturday) - that shows how hard we're trying". We could easily have lost 2-1 but gained a point on those teams around us.
"Positive results like today, and performances, can bring that strength to the group and get everyone together because in our situation we can only get out together, not individually", the Italian added.
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