Wales manager Chris Coleman has revealed that he will consider his future as national boss during the next few weeks.
It is understood the Football Association of Wales have offered him a new contract, but Coleman says he is unsure if signing it would be the right thing to do.
Coleman suggested the delay is not solely down to the FAW wanting to wait and see how Wales fare in the upcoming qualification double-header and November's friendly against Finland.
"There are one or two little things that I need to discuss. We had a meeting on Monday and we touched on it," he said.
"Whatever the next results, I need to talk to some people. There are things both sides want to talk about."
"Football being football, I have learned from the last two games that perceptions change. Before the Macedonia game the contract was nearly done."
"But after two games against Macedonia and Serbia perceptions have changed. I have my own things I want to discuss."
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