Charlton Athletic boss Jose Riga will consider his future in South London following their relegation to League One, according to BBC Sport.
The Addicks chief has been unable to stop the slide at the Valley and a drab goalless draw with fellow relegation victims Bolton consigned them to the drop.
Riga had previously led the club to safety two seasons ago and his return to South London earlier this year gave the club hope of retaining their status in the second tier.
However, the 58-year old Belgian could only watch on as the side slipped out of the Championship after a four-year stint back in the second tier.
When quizzed about whether or not, the popular former Blackpool manager replied: ‘it will be the content of the next meeting.’
‘It depends on the context, how they react to things and how they want to do things in the future. That is the most important thing for me.’
He penned an 18-month deal upon his return to England following a brief spell in charge of French side Metz, though his future remains unclear.
With little to play for during their closing three games of the season, the Addicks welcome promotion hopefuls Brighton over the weekend.
Can Riga be blamed? Is he right man for League One?