Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare is unsure of his long-term position at the club despite their brave Champions League performance against Atleti on Tuesday night.
“It’s not in my hands – it’s in the club’s hands,” said Shakespeare.
“We’ll sit down at the end of the season, but I’m more than happy to sit down before that if it arises. The contract says until the end of the season. I’ve enjoyed it. I’ve pitted my wits against one of the best managers and teams in the world in the Champions League.
“From experiences it’s been really, really good – now is the time to reflect and at the end of the season I’ll be able to reflect on my own performance as well as the club’s.”
Shakespeare was proud with the performance but with no European football next season he challenged his players to return Leicester to the competition in the future.
“I hope the benefit is they want some more of it. They are very disappointed but can be proud of what they’ve achieved,” he said.
“As a football club we can be proud of how we’ve conducted ourselves. All players want to play at the highest level and the Champions League is the highest level but we have to get back to winning ways in the Premier League now.
“The feeling is one of disappointment to go out but I’m immensely proud of the performance.”