Roberto Di Matteo is yet to hear about his Chelsea future, according to assistant manager Eddie Newton.
The Blues' interim boss took the reins from Andre Villas-Boas in March and has guided the team to FA Cup and, spectacularly, UEFA Champions League glory within months.
But Di Matteo does not know whether he will be rewarded with the job full-time or jettisoned altogether.
Reports have suggested Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich might be prepared to offer the Italian a one-year contract.
But Pep Guardiola's hint that he could be willing to listen to offers after all may have complicated matters, with the outgoing Barcelona boss said to be Abramovich's number one target.
Newton, who has assisted Di Matteo at Stamford Bridge, told the Mail on Sunday: "Nothing has changed.
"The situation is that we're contracted to the end of the season, June 30th.
"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 but we have absolutely no idea what the club thinks that is."
Di Matteo, who has also been linked with the vacant Aston Villa job, is reportedly concerned the one-year deal rumoured to be on the table might not give him the job security he is seeking.