Roy Hodgson has said that he's uncertain of extending his contract extension at Crystal Palace at the end of the season.
The 75-year-old was appointed on an interim basis to guide Palace to safety following a poor run of games under former head coach Patrick Vieira.
His return to Selhurst Park did prove to be remarkable as Palace are now in 11th position on the log, 14 points clear of the relegation zone.
Considering the turnaround at Palace, it was presumed that the former England manager would be hired on permanent basis after seeing out his contract as a caretaker manager.
But addressing a news conference on Friday, Hodgson declared that he expects Sunday's match against Nottingham Forest to be his final game as Crystal Palace manager.
"As far as I am concerned, Sunday will be my last game," he said.
"I signed a contract to the end of season and was very happy to so and for being given the opportunity.
"All along I have seen it as the last game of my contract."
Pressed on whether he would consider staying as manager if offered a contract extension, Roy added: "I don't know, I will wait until that day arrives and make a decision then.
"But at the moment I don't have to concern myself with that because what's on the table for me is to see my contract out, thank everybody for the wonderful time I've had these last two and a half months and to hopefully help the team get a result in the last game the way we have in the first nine."