ANDY Thorn was in no mood to discuss his future with Coventry City ahead of tomorrow's crucial trip to Burnley.
The Sky Blues boss was asked about his position at yesterday's press conference, but he said decisions must wait until City have finished the campaign.
With three games to go Coventry are four points from Championship safety — which Thorn says is his only concern.
He said: "At the moment, I just want to concentrate on the team and what we doing at the moment.
“We will see what happens after that. There are a lot of things which need addressing before anything can be sorted so I am going to wait until the end of the season."
Thorn says City will only get one more life in the relegation battle and he insists it is crucial they get a result at Turf Moor.
"If people think it is over because of Monday, well they are wrong. I have said to the boys this morning, who looked fresh in training, the same.
"We will get one more bite of the cherry at it and we need to make sure we take that as Bristol City have some pretty tough fixtures coming up so we need to make sure our results are right.
"We have to go back on the run we have been on as we have only lost one game recently so there are plenty of reasons to be positive.
"If we can get back on our run again then we have two good home games coming up, games we should be getting something out of, so with that, it isn't over by any stretch.
"We are going to keep focused on us and try and win our games. We going to take much notice on the day of the other teams because I want to make sure we are playing well."
Alex Nimely did not start against Bristol City because of a knock he sustained in the 2-2 draw against Peterborough last weekend. Thorn confirmed that he should feature against Burnley and believes Coventry missed his presence in the 3-1 defeat against the Bristol City.