Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies tells BBC Late Kick Off Midlands' Natalie Jackson that he may need to control his passion after receiving a five-game touchline ban.
The 49-year-old admitted a Football Association charge of using abusive and/or insulting words and/or behaviour towards referee Anthony Taylor.
But the Scot says he could not care less what people think of him and that he is just focused on winning promotion to the Premier League.
Davies, whose side are fifth in the Championship table despite three consecutive league defeats, also discusses trying to make loan signings and his relationship with the media.
You can see the Billy Davies feature from BBC Late Kick Off Midlands on BBC iPlayer.