Ian Holloway is set to have a meeting with Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston to decide a way forward in the wake of the Seasiders relegation from the Premier League.
Holloway is concerned about is getting a structure in place that will allow Blackpool to profit from their brief flirtation with the Premier League.
Holloway said : “I have a year on my contract and I am looking forward to talking with the chairman to see what he wants to do with his club, where it lies now and where we have gone back to,”.
“I am hoping it is not as far as when we started this season.
“Luckily I work for a chairman who won’t sack me because I am rubbish halfway through the season.
“This game is completely mad but it is good to be me. I am not mad. I know what I am doing and where I am going.”