Evans future at Elland Road is up in the air at the moment, with the Daily Mail suggesting that he could be sacked at the end of the campaign.
However, the 53-year-old boss insists that if Leeds can finish the seasons strongly, he believes he will be offered the chance to stay on.
"It’s not about what they ask me," Evans said, when asked whether any other clubs had been in contact after the recent rumours.
"It’s not a difficult situation, because I focus on every game as it comes. I’m 100 per cent convinced that if we win matches then the president will make the decision that we would like him to make, but I have to let the president make his decision in his time."
Evans has improved Leeds since taking over from Uwe Rosler, but he has failed to convince all supporters.
Leeds would be 10th in the Championship table if the season started when he took over the Yorkshire club, but heavy defeats against Brighton & Hove Albion and Huddersfield Town recently have been damaging.
Evans has promised that if he is backed with funds, he will guide Leeds into the play offs next season.
As things stand the Whites are in 13th place in the Championship table, with their next match coming against Rotherham United at the weekend.