Leicester Tigers boss Richard Cockerill remains unfazed regarding whether his upcoming hearing over a suspension will affect the club.
Cockerill was handed a nine-match suspension following his actions in the Aviva Premiership Final victory over Northampton.
The former England hooker was charged with using inappropriate language during an exchange with fourth official Stuart Terheege.
His hearing regarding the suspension will be held by the RFU on Monday.
"We will just get on with it, work hard and I'm not overly concerned about it," said Cockerill to BBC Radio Leicester.
"I don't got out there and play. I am not scrummaging, kicking the goals or affecting the play. We have coped with it [Cockerill being suspended] before so I am sure we will be fine again.
"My job is to worry about coaching the side and get everything prepped here," added Cockerill.
"As it stands I will miss the first nine games of the season but we have good coaches and the reality is most, if not all, of the prep is done during the week.
"On matchdays the players will take the lead. We have some very experienced players who have played a lot of Test match rugby, and a lot of rugby here in lots of big games."
"Will it affect us or not? I don't know. But we will just get on with it."