Neil Warnock has indicated that he could leave Cardiff City this summer even though he still has one year left on his contract with the Premier League strugglers.
The Bluebirds look set to make an immediate return to the Championship following last term's promotion after losing 1-0 to Fulham on Saturday.
Cardiff are four points behind 17th-placed Brighton, who came from behind to draw 1-1 with Newcastle United at the weekend, with two games left.
The Seagulls also have a much better goal difference than Warnock's team, who still have to play Crystal Palace and Manchester United.
Warnock has confirmed that he will meet with owner Vincent Tan and chairman Mehmet Dalman in the next few weeks.
The much-travelled 70-year-old was quoted as saying: "If Mehmet wants me to stay, I'll stay. But it's one of those jobs where, if they want me to go, I will go without any compensation or anything like that.
"It does not bother me about contracts. They have never talked about that, but who would they get who was better for the job than me if I was up for it?"
Cardiff can be backed at 13/8 to beat Crystal Palace this weekend while they are available at 20/1 not to be relegated this season.