Eddie Newton admits himself and Roberto Di Matteo are in the dark as to whether or not they will stay on at Chelsea.
The Italian has led the Blues to FA Cup and UEFA Champions League glory in a matter of months after taking over the reins following the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas.
Newton was brought into Chelsea to assist Di Matteo following Villas-Boas' departure and the pair have transformed Chelsea's campaign.
But despite reports owner Roman Abramovich is tempted to offer Di Matteo a one-year contract, Newton insists all those at Stamford Bridge remain uncertain over Chelsea's future.
"It's fantastic what we've done, but as for the future, it remains up in the air," Newton told the Mail on Sunday.
"The situation is that we're contracted to the end of the season, June 30.
"There may be a job. There quite possibly won't be.
"The reality is we don't know. Nothing is fixed.
In the dark
"We're still digesting what we've done. But nobody at the club is telling us anything.
"We all want what's best for Chelsea, that goes without saying.
"But we have absolutely no idea what the club thinks that is."