Mike Munchak insists he isn’t worried about his job security.

The coach feels the Titans are headed in the right direction, and he hopes winning the last three games will be enough to make his bosses agree.

Munchak might need to build a stronger case than a three-game win streak — something the Titans have done only once under him, early in the 2011 season.

After an impressive 3-1 start this season the Titans have lost seven of nine. Even with a three-game win streak to close the season, Munchak’s record as a head coach would be below .500. He’s currently 20-25.

“We have three games to go. We have a lot of football to play, so that is not a concern right now,” Munchak said about his coaching fate. “Once we play our last game, we’ll have an opportunity to speak on how we go forward as a football team like I did last year and the year before that. I’ve had the same discussion when the season ends and I’m assuming I’ll have that same discussion when the season ends.

“I’ll have a chance to talk to everybody then and say ‘Here’s what happened. Here’s how we go forward. Here’s the plan.’ And then a decision is made and we’ll move forward.”

Munchak’s four-year contract expires after the 2014 season. The Titans went 9-7 in 2011, his inaugural season. After a 6-10 season last year, the Titans spent more than $100 million on free agents, but now they are barely breathing in the AFC playoff race.

Titans CEO and president Tommy Smith will decide Munchak’s fate. The coach said he’s remained in contact with Smith, who replaced the late Bud Adams in October, and that he and Smith are “on the same page.”