The Selecao coach feels his side's poor start to the World Cup qualifying campaign is nothing to worry about and does no fear losing his job
Dunga says his position as Brazil coach is not under threat despite poor performances against Chile and Argentina in World Cup qualifying.
Brazil have four points from three games following their 1-0 opening day defeat to Chile before success over Venezuela and the 1-1 draw in Buenos Aires on Friday.
However. the 1994 World Cup-winning captain feels he is not under any extra pressure and called for patience with qualification for 2018 only in its premature stages.
"We are at the beginning," Dunga told a news conference. "The championship will be long and complicated as it always is.