Kenny Jackett has told the Express and Star that he has not directly discussed his future at Wolverhampton Wanderers with the club’s board.
For a stage of the season it seemed that Jackett could have been heading towards the exit door at Molineux, as the calls from supporters for him to be sacked grew louder.
Wolves have badly disappointed this season, and they have failed to challenge for the play off spaces.
However, Jez Moxey has already spoken out publicly in defence of Jackett - suggesting that the former Millwall boss was not at fault for the direction that this season has gone.
And Jackett has said that he has not needed to privately discuss his future with the board at Wolves.
"Certainly for my bosses, Kevin Thelwell, Jez Moxey and to a degree then Steve Morgan, it’s been business as usual," he said, when asked whether he had sought assurances over his future at the Midlands club.
"It’s not something that’s necessarily always touched upon, about who and where, going forward, but obviously three wins out of 18, whoever is sat here then there are questions.
"How to improve the team, how to help, getting the best out of what we’ve got, and then after that looking forward and improving, are the keys.”
Jackett’s job does not look to be under serious threat currently, but there is a great amount of frustration around Wolves at the moment.
Wolves look destined to finish in mid-table this season, and a serious improvement will be required next term if he is to get the supporters off his back.
Wolves’ next fixture comes against Nottingham Forest, before they face Sheffield Wednesday on the final day of the campaign.