Bury boss Kevin Blackwell is unsure of his own future after his relegated side recorded a 3-2 home win over Yeovil.
The Shakers have been relegated to League Two and need £1million of investment just to stay alive next season.
Jonson Clarke-Harris volleyed Bury into an early lead and added a second with a stunning 20-yard free-kick. Nicky Ajose then made it 3-0 to the Shakers with a quality finish.
Yeovil woke up after half-time, James Hayter heading home from a corner and Kevin Dawson adding a second in injury time.
Blackwell said: "I don't know what's going on at the moment. If new people come in they might not want me here anyway.
"I am sure of one thing. I will not be hanging around if we're struggling to get wages in and pay the players.
"That's not a way to run a football club and I won't stay if that happens.
"The players haven't got the credit they deserve and, as a manager, I feel myself and the club have let them down.
"The shame about it is I think we could've stayed up. But the way we're run at the moment, it's no wonder why we are where we are.
"It's a missed opportunity because we were good enough to stay up, but we didn't have the players because of the transfer embargo."