Rumours have been circulating that McCarthy is in line to be axed this week.
Wolves dropped into the bottom three at the weekend after seeing their winless run stretch to 10 games in all competitions following the 3-2 defeat to Aston Villa.
Mick McCarthy: "The biggest reason as to how I cope is that I don't listen to the backdrop of what fans are saying.
"I do not go around in a glass cabinet - I am fully aware of what is going on.
"If you listen to it, you would go off your head anyway. I just make sure I get on with it with Terry Connor [assistant manager], Pat Mountain [goalkeeping coach] and Steve Weaver [development coach] and we try to find a result.
"It is a results business but performances have been very good. We have played very well in recent weeks and I cannot question the perfomances at all.
"I would not have done anything differently against Chelsea and Tottenham and I could not have done anything to make us any better."