Saturday's defeat by Colwyn Bay was the club's sixth consecutive reverse, generating speculation that Briggs - who took charge at Bower Fold a year ago - might have had enough. He, however, insists such talk is nonsense.
"It'll take more than a few defeats to get me out of the job and any stories about me standing down are far from the truth.
"On and off the pitch Stalybridge Celtic is in a better position than it was when I took over. I have complete confidence in my philosophy and in my ability to take the club forwards. We're going in the right direction.
"I put a lot of pressure on myself but I was like that as a player. I want to win every game and I analyse every game. But no way will I quit. I'm going to work hard and put things right," said Briggs.
To strengthen his squad, he has loaned 6ft 2ins Kevin Todd "to give us a little bit of presence in midfield" and signed former Hyde winger Kevin Holsgrove. Otherwise Briggs is looking forward to a free weekend which will give his injured players a chance to recover.
Matty Mainwaring continues to be troubled by a damaged ankle while George Lomax, Matty Regan and Harley Wigley all have slight knocks. Matty Hughes is suspended but Liam Dickinson has completed a ban and is available
Briggs added: "What we do need to do is cut out the sloppy mistakes and individual errors.
"We're only getting beaten by the odd goal so we're not a million miles away. But if we're going to win football matches we've got to start taking responsibility for our own performances, step up to the plate and stop conceding silly goals.
"I'm sure the team will come good. We just need that one win to kick-start us, get the confidence flowing and put us on a good run. It's a crazy division with everyone beating everyone else so we could soon climb the table."