Francesco Guidolin says he would love to remain in charge of Swansea next season but the decision is out of his hands.
Swansea ensured Premier League survival with a 3-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday, but whether head coach Guidolin is in charge next season remains unclear as the club have made no announcement over extending his short-term deal.
But Guidolin, who was hired in January to keep the club up, said he had completed his mission after arriving from Italy, and will now wait to see what the future holds.
“I am happy we are safe,” said Guidolin. “To have 40 points with five games to go was important, now we have 43 so this is not the worst season Swansea have had in the Premier League.
“I have done my job very well, I am proud as this is my first time in the Premier League and it was not an easy season for Swansea.
“I say many times I want to stay and the chairman (Huw Jenkins) knows that. We have spoken about next season, but I do not know if I will be here. It is not my decision.
“I am waiting. If it is yes, I am happy. If it is a no, I have a holiday for a long time.”