Mike Phelan refused to say whether he’s in with a chance of keeping the Hull job permanently after two wins out of two.
The Tigers were 2-0 winners at Swansea after beating champions Leicester in their opening game.
Phelan took temporary charge last month when Steve Bruce walked out, but only has 13 senior players available.
Goals from substitute Shaun Maloney and Abel Hernandez in the final 12 minutes sealed the victory.
Hull are actively seeking new ownership, leaving Phelan uncertain what the future holds.
He said: “I am sure the people in charge will do the right thing.
“I think everyone knows we have decisions to make on my future, the future of the staff and the ownership.
“Hopefully those decisions will be taken soon. It could be a busy time.
“All I can do is win football matches and at this moment in time that’s what we are doing.
“Credit to the players, they stuck to their tasks, got the result, and I’m delighted for everyone.”