This week the Ivory Coast player told French press that he wants to sign for Arsenal, but later said he was mis-quoted.
Cheik Tiote: “We hear all of the fans.
“It doesn’t matter what the manager is saying, what people are saying about the manager, what we have to do as players is fight on the pitch.
“We have to do everything we can for the club, for the fans, to make sure things improve.
Tiote has dreams of playing for Arsenal
"I hope on Saturday we will score goals and get a result.
“It’s normal the way we are all feeling. We feel like the fans.
"We are all hurting at the moment because we didn’t expect to be in the position we are in.
"The season is so long. We have to find a way to fight to turn this around. Scoring goals is the only way to turn things around.
“The pressure keeps building and that is normal when you don’t win games. We are doing everything we can to try to win.
"We miss some finishing in the final third and that is what is costing us. Hopefully we can get some chances to score goals in the next game.
“We miss some chances, but we are not being lucky either. We are playing quite well as a team at the moment we just can’t seem to score. That is our main problem.
“It is not easy in the Premier League, Swansea is another tough game, but we have to stick together and it is not easy at the moment, we have to do the best for the fans and for everyone else connected with the club.
“It was very frustrating for us at Stoke but we tried everything we could to win."