Leeds United's caretaker manager Neil Redfearn has yet to discuss whether he will be staying in charge after Saturday's game against Doncaster Rovers.
Redfearn has been in temporary control of first-team affairs since Simon Grayson was sacked at the start of the month and enjoyed a 3-0 win at Bristol City in his first game at the helm.
However, subsequent defeats by Brighton and Coventry have dented his prospects of landing the job permanently and Saturday's visit of Doncaster is due to be his last match.
The Whites, though, have yet to settle on a successor to Grayson and Redfearn remains uncertain with regards to his long-term future at Elland Road.
"As far as I know, it's Doncaster next and I'm an employee who's keeping an eye over everything until the club make a decision about who's going to come in," said Redfearn in the Yorkshire Evening Post.
"I've not spoken to them about my situation. We've discussed one or two things with regards to tomorrow but that's it.
"To be honest, I don't know what's going to happen and I haven't really thought about it.
"All I want to concentrate on is looking after the players.
"Any uncertainty affects you as a player. It would be wrong to think otherwise but the club want to make the right decision and whatever decision they make, I'm here to help.
"If it's someone else, good luck to them and I'll wish them all the best. Hopefully I'll have got the club in a position where they've got a platform to progress from.
"Players like to know what's happening in the future but I'm sure the club have got it well in hand."