Roberto Martinez claims he will remain at Wigan for as long as Dave Whelan is chairman, with there a 'project' to finish at the DW Stadium.
Despite penning a new three-year contract last summer, it has been suggested that Martinez could walk away from the Latics if they are relegated from the Premier League.
He insists that is not the case, with it his intention to stick things out even if the club do lose their top tier status.
Martinez is determined to repay the faith Whelan has shown in him throughout his reign and admits he would find it difficult to leave a job he considers to be only half finished.
"I will only leave if the chairman decides to go because we have an agreement that I will stay here and finish the project here," the Spaniard told The People.
"I enjoy working with him and we have a great relationship based on respect.
"It is true that having a chairman like the one we have got brings stability to the club and that helps a manager to do what he needs to do and that is an advantage.
"The real advantage of our chairman is he has played the game and is hands-on in running the football club.
"He knows short-term targets and the long-term targets, and then it is quite clear he has all the information to make the right calls.
"He gives you stability and the belief to continue what you are doing. But in football you can't worry about what is around the corner.
"In football management you don't even have enough time in the day to do all the things you want to do, so what's the point in worrying about things I can't control?"