Watford manager Slavisa Jokanovic has revealed to Sky Sports News that he has no idea if he’ll still be in charge at the club next season.
The 46-year-old took helm at Vicarage Road in October and has led the Hornets to a promotion bid, winning 18 games out of 32 since being in charge.
Watford are currently fourth in the Sky Bet Championship, having amassed 79 points and are within reach of a automatic-promotion place with four games to go.
However, Jokanovic’s current contract only runs until the end of this season and has accepted even if he does guide Watford to the Premier League for the first time since 2006, he may not be given an extension on his current deal.
He told Sky Sports News, “This is not a question for me. It’s a question for the office. I don’t start to prepare for next season. I don’t start to prepare for a Championship season or a Premier League season.
“It’s real life. In real life it’s today, tomorrow and next week in front of us. We finish this season and then I’m going to ask them if they prepare something for next season or not.
“It’s not important. What’s important is the big target. There are a thousand coaches that exist in the world and Watford can try and find another solution if they are not happy with me.”
The Hornets could secure a play-off place on Wednesday night with a win over Nottingham Forest and if other results go in their favour.
The Championship club face Birmingham City, Brighton and Sheffield Wednesday in the run-in to the end of the season.