Karl Robinson: MK Dons to discuss future after loss to Southend
MK Dons manager Karl Robinson says he will discuss his future with chairman Pete Winkelman after accusing some of his players of being "weak" in the 3-0 home defeat against Southend.
The Dons are just one point and two places above the relegation zone after a seventh loss in 15 League One games.
"I have to be honest - it (me leaving) is what a lot of people want," Robinson told BBC Three Counties Radio.
"It's a decision for the chairman, not for me. I won't walk away."
Robinson, 36, was appointed MK Dons boss in May 2010 and guided them to promotion to the Championship when they finished second in League One in the 2014-15 season.
But since being relegated from the Championship last term, Robinson's side have won just four times in League One and have not recorded a home victory in 13 league games - a record that stretches back to March.
"I share everyone's frustrations, whether it be the chairman or the fans or my family. Everyone is in a low place," Robinson added.
"Certain players are too weak - mentally and physically too weak.
"It affects my life, but I don't think it affects certain players' lives. You have to be responsible for your own actions as well. It is not all about the players.
"Me and the chairman will have a chat on Sunday. If it is to be (leaving the club) then I want to say thank you for everyone who has supported me over the last six and a half years.
"It is a difficult place to be. It is one of the lowest points of my career and my life."