The Spaniard has been coming under increased pressure at the Parc des Princes following his side’s acrimonious Champions League exit at the hands of Barcelona earlier this month.
Les Parisiens responded to their European defeat by securing a 2-1 away victory against Lorient in Ligue 1 last weekend and they will head into this Sunday's home clash with Lyon just three points behind leaders Monaco.
Emery's men are also still going strong in both domestic cup competitions and the 45-year-old insists he is not worried about whether he will still be in the job come the end of the season.
"The club is working in the present, and also preparing for the future," Emery said. "I think only in the present.
"I'm talking to the club, the president. We talked about trust, that we needed to improve things but that the work continues."
Emery is keen for his players to move on from their defeat to Barca, as he wants the team to continue with the progress they have made over the majority of the campaign.
"We want to show that we are good, that the team continues to progress, that Barcelona was only an accident," he added.