Blackpool forward Gary Taylor-Fletcher is confident Ian Holloway will stay at the club if he is given the right backing.
Holloway has raised his fears that Blackpool's team will be broken up in the wake of their relegation from the Premier League.
The likes of Charlie Adam, David Vaughan and DJ Campbell are all expected to attract interest from a number of clubs this summer after impressing this season.
Holloway has also been linked with a switch away from Bloomfield Road, but Taylor-Fletcher believes the colourful manager will stay if he is given the resources to lead an immediate return from the Championship next season.
"We had a meeting after the Player of the Year do and he was very passionate about what he wants to do next year," Taylor-Fletcher told Sky Sports News.
"I know as long as the chairman gives him the right backing he'll stay, but he said if the backing isn't there then he will have to think about his future, so it's going to be a big and interesting summer at Blackpool."
Taylor-Fletcher admits he is happy to stay at Blackpool and he is hoping they can make a speedy return to the Premier League.
"Yeah we all want to stay," added Taylor-Fletcher. "We have got a great bunch of lads and it's a good club to play for but you never know what can happen in football.
"It's the league to be in and you can see why it is the best league in the world.
"So the Premier League is the place to be and if I ever get that opportunity again I would love it."