Sam Allardyce says he has received no indication that he will be sacked as West Ham manager.
Reports on Thursday suggested that the 59-year-old was set to be axed after the final game of the season at Manchester City on Sunday.
Allardyce, who has faced criticism from fans over the club's progress and style of football this season, revealed that he called co-owner David Sullivan to discuss the rumours.
"I rang him up and spoke to him about what's been planted around and under those circumstances we just talked about getting together and having our meeting next week," he said.
"The only thing I can say is I spoke to David Sullivan yesterday about us arranging our usual end-of-the-season meeting to go through pre-season and go through budgets and what will happen next season.
"I had no indication that my position is under threat. That's all I know, he's the boss and that's the bottom line for me."
West Ham Manager Sam Allardyce has been charged by the Football Association following comments he made after the FA Cup defeat to Manchester United on Wednesday. He complained that his side had not been given a penalty for handball and said referee Phil Dowd "couldn't find the courage to give it".
The FA have charged him with questioning the integrity of match officials. Allardyce has until Wednesday to respond to the charge.