Wales manager Chris Coleman says he's "not thinking about" his future at the moment and wants to concentrate on his team facing Macedonia and Belgium in their final two World Cup qualifiers.
He says that he will be "here until the end of the campaign", but is unsure of what the outcome will be after that.
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Williams has had scans after he suffered a shoulder injury against Northern Ireland.
Chris Bryant was speaking on ITV's Good Morning Britain following his resignation as Shadow Leader of the House of Commons.