But Law has admitted that he feared the possibility of the sack following one of the worst runs in the club's history.
He said: "If I said it hadn't crossed my mind I would be lying. But I've had a lot of support from the people above and I'm grateful for that belief in me.
"It could have been quite easy for them after the seven games to have said it was perhaps time to move on.
"But then again if it had happened it would possibly have been unfair. Maybe if I'd had a good budget to bring in the type of players I would have liked then I could have said I'd not done my stuff.
"It's still a great club and a privilege for me to manage it. We've been crippled by what happened in the summer and it has put everyone on the floor.
"It was important that while all this was going on there was no mud slung and it was my job to keep the players believing. Hopefully now they are realising that all of that hard work was worth it."