Chris Coleman does not expect his future as Wales manager to be decided for at least another month, despite ending a disappointing World Cup qualifying campaign with victory over Macedonia, and a draw in Belgium.
"If I had lost these two games, I wouldn't have been expecting to have been told I wasn't the man to take us forward", Coleman said. "Equally, two great results does not mean I expect to be told I am the man to take us forward."
Last night's 1-1 draw in Brussels could prove to be the 43-year-old's last competitive game in charge, with his contact up after a friendly against Finland in Cardiff a month away today, and talks with the Football Association of Wales over an extension having stalled.
"I'm the same manager as I was last month. I never plan differently but, ultimately, it's about results. My contract ends in November and we have a friendly against Finland next month and we will talk about it then."
"I just wanted our players to end the campaign strongly and we have finished in the right manner. It's not something you give up lightly, being manager of your country."