Tony Pulis has held talks with West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace about his future amid speculation he could walk away this summer.
The Baggies boss has been reportedly unhappy with aspects of his terms at the Hawthorns as the club work under a structured coaching set-up with David Kemp and Mark O’Connor as joint-assistant head coaches and Gerry Francis alongside Pulis as first-team coach.
However, the former Stoke chief says he has already met with Peace about the future and he will again sit down with the chairman to discuss things at the end of the campaign.
Pulis said: “We’re trying to get what we want, set up what we want, organise what we want to make sure it’s in place as quickly as we possibly can and then bed it down.
“The season will finish and then we’ll sit down and have a good chat and go through everything.”