Paul Robinson has committed himself to Blackburn - provided they maintain their top-flight status.
Rovers have been dragged into the relegation scrap after failing to win in their last 10 Premier League games.
They host local rivals Bolton on Saturday needing victory to keep them out of the bottom three and Robinson, who has two years left on his contract, is confident he will not have to make a decision on his future this summer.
"As long as Blackburn Rovers is a Premier League football team I will be here," he said.
Asked what would happen if they were relegated, the former England keeper added: "I will deal with that when it comes but I don't think it will be the case."
Monday's 1-0 defeat by Manchester City left Rovers one point above the drop zone with four games left and Robinson has warned they must stop the rot.
"We can't keep saying that we didn't get a fair result," he said. "Performances haven't been great for weeks and results have shown that.
"I think that the performance on Monday night against Manchester City was a lot better, and I genuinely do think that we deserved more than we got out of the game, but we can't keep saying that, we do need to start winning matches now.
"It has been an uphill battle, we've put ourselves in a situation that isn't ideal, a situation none of us want to be in.
"First of all we've got to concentrate on getting out of this situation we are in and securing our Premier League survival.
"You look at where we are, results aren't going according to the form guide and it is getting close down there.
"We've put ourselves in a predicament far too close to it than where we wanted it to be."