Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland and Justin Langer speak to the media during a press conference on May 3, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. Langer has been appointed the Team Head Coach of the Australian men's cricket tea, replacing Darren Lehmann who resigned in the wake of the ball tampering scandal.

Justin Langer has hit out at speculation over his job in a series of interviews on Wednesday.

The Australian coach is under intense speculation and scrutiny despite an impressive run of form, with Australia winning the T20 World Cup for the first time before dominating the Ashes.

A 4-0 victory, and being just a single wicket away from a 5-0 victory in a Sydney Test which lost more than 50 overs due to rain, hasn't stopped speculation continuing to mount around Langer though.

His contract is up in the middle of this year, and while he is still set to lead Australia on a red ball tour to Pakistan during March, as well as in home T20 matches against Sri Lanka in February, the Aussie coach is no guarantee to be in the job for Australia's following tours of Sri Lanka and India in July and September respectively.

After confirming yesterday that conversations over his future in the role were always scheduled for after the Ashes on SEN Radio, Langer took to 6PR to compare his achievements to a Wallabies coach winning the Bledisloe Cup.

“Imagine if a Wallabies coach won the Bledisloe Cup and then the World Cup in six months,” Langer told 6PR.

“That’s the frustration of it. I wish I could tell you [why there is external noise]. That’s the truth. I can only be judged on where Australian cricket was when I took over.”

BRISTOL, ENGLAND - MAY 30: Head coach of Australia, Justin Langer talks to Former player Ricky Ponting during the Australia Nets Session at Bristol County Ground on May 30, 2019 in Bristol, England. (Photo by Luke Walker/Getty Images)

Langer admitted on SEN that it is a tough gig.

“People don’t seem to believe this, but the absolute truth is before the World Cup and the Ashes, we all committed to the end of the Ashes to sit down and have some conversations,” Langer told SEN.

“It’s been four really big years and it’s an all-encompassing job and it’s a tough gig … that’s just the truth.

“We all said that we’d sit down after the Ashes. So in the next little bit, I’m sure those conversations will start to be had.

“There’s plenty to be spoken about.”

Various stars of Australian cricket have come out in support of Langer, with Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting and Steve Waugh among them, while captain Pat Cummins said the team "absolutely love JL," after Day 2 of the fifth Test in an apparent show of support.

Despite that, Cricket Australia chief executive Nick Hockley is yet to do the same, and talks are due to kick-off in the coming days.