Neil Warnock has outlined plans to meet with the Cardiff City owners before the end of the month, to discuss his future with the club, reports Wales Online.
Cardiff appointed Warnock in October, following a disastrous start to the 2016/17 campaign, and the experienced manager has eased relegation fears, slowly guiding the Bluebirds to 16th in the Sky Bet Championship.
Warnock is known for being a promotion expert in the second tier, having previously guided the likes of Sheffield United and QPR to the Premier League, and his plans in the Welsh capital are no different.
The 68-year-old will meet with Vincent Tan and Mehmet Dalman, to discuss his future with the club and how he needs their support if he is to help Cardiff back to the top-flight next season.
”We’re going to have a chat in the next couple of weeks when I can get to London and see Mehmet (Dalman),” he said.
“I get on really well with them, I speak to Vincent (Tan) every week. It’s a matter of seeing what we can do, they know my feelings and so far I’ve had nothing but support and I expect that whatever happens.”
Warnock hinted if he could continue to pick up results in the Welsh Capital then it was likely he would stay beyond his current contract, which runs until the end of the season.
“When you get to my age you don’t really look beyond the end of the season,” he added.
“Contracts are just talk for the press really. You can have a 10-year contract and be gone by the end of the month.
“My contract is the relationship with Vincent and Ken Choo and getting results on the pitch. If I can do that I’ll be here for a while.”
Cardiff face Warnock’s old side, Leeds United, this weekend, where they will be looking to bounce back from last weekend’s defeat to Norwich City.
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