Paco Jemez has admitted that “I don’t know if I’ll stay or go” ahead of Rayo Vallecano’s trip to Sporting Gijon in La Liga on Friday.
A four-game unbeaten run, consisting of two wins and as many draws, has lifted Los Vallecanos out of the relegation zone and just two points behind Gary Neville’s Valencia, amidst speculation the Coach may still depart the club once his contract expires in the summer.
“Sporting are a team who ask a lot of you,” he said at a Press conference.
“What I wouldn’t forgive would be if we misread the game.
“We can’t let them play the game they want. I want players with personality and them not be affected by fans who will spur their team on.
“Confidence is betting on a Coach before his time is up, which has allowed Victor [Sanchez to succeed] at Deportivo.
“Plus, it’s cheaper for clubs and more expensive [to sack Coaches].
“I don’t think beyond the day to day. I don’t know if I’ll stay or go. When the time is right, I’ll decide [what to do].
“Our position is so delicate that I can’t think of anything else and I have to guide the team to where they deserve to be.”