Portsmouth boss Michael Appleton insists he is committed to the club for the long term.
Appleton, who took charge of the club last month following the departure of Steve Cotterill, has seen the club's future placed into doubt again due to more off-the-field financial problems.
The former West Brom assistant manager recorded his first win as Pompey boss with a 2-1 win over Coventry at the weekend, days after news that owners Convers Sports Initiatives had been placed in administration.
But despite the uncertainty at the club, Appleton is adamant he is committed to the Pompey cause.
"I don't see this job as a short-term fix for myself," Appleton told the News. "I feel as though I'm at an age where I can stick around at Portsmouth for a long, long time, given the opportunity.
"I know that managers sometimes don't get that time in football, so I'm not stupid enough to think that's definitely going to happen and that it will be that easy.
"But I want to create something at Portsmouth and hopefully people will see the stuff I'm trying to create from the past couple of performances."
Meanwhile, goalkeeper Stephen Henderson has been named as the club's player of the month for November.
Henderson, who joined Portsmouth in the summer, kept two clean sheets in four games in November.