Lowe told his players "I'm a f***king decent bloke" and to "f**k off" at a Perth Glory training session in the lead up to his loss against Melbourne Victory, Perth's fourth loss in a row.

When asked about his language following their latest defeat, Lowe was in no mood to take questions from the media surrounding the controversy.

"Was there? Few choice words were there? Bless them, choir boys," he said.

The Glory gaffer also wasn't being drawn on any claims he's job is under pressure.

"There was pressure the first day I came in, there'll be pressure when I go out," he said.

"I've been to finals every year, two FFA Cup finals and only two teams have more points than me while I've been here."

In the recording, Lowe could be seen remonstrating with a group of players including Jacob Italiano, who stood in stunned silence while the Glory boss stormed off.

"I f***ing don't deserve that. If there's one thing I am it's a f***ing decent bloke."

While Glory lost the match 3-2, it was a vastly improved performance to previous weeks.

Scott Neville and Diego Castro both got on the scoresheet, but a woeful defensive effort from both sides at AAMI Park saw Victory scrape the win.

Perth Glory currently sit seventh in the table.