Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock has revealed he may be tempted to stay beyond his current contract and put off his retirement plans - provided he gets the right results.
The 62-year-old had previously indicated that he would retire when his current contract at Loftus Road expires in 2013.
Now it appears Warnock would consider extending his stay at the London club and rebuild the side with the help of new owner Tony Fernandes.
However, the former Sheffield United boss acknowledges that he would only be allowed to stay at the club if he gets positive results, which would include keeping them in the Premier League.
"Results will determine my career," Warnock told West London Sport.
"You just don't know in football. You don't look too far ahead really. I'm just going to enjoy the moment.
"I want to try and build the club - that's my challenge - but results will determine whether I get that opportunity or not."