Former Coventry City manager Chris Coleman is giving no clues as to whether he will continue to be the manager of Wales when his contract expires.
Coleman was appointed on a two and a half year deal in 2012 following the death of Gary Speed but is in charge of a Wales team which is bottom of its World Cup Qualifying group.
"We have two games and a friendly and I will see that through and at the end of that, that is when I will sit down and say yes or no," said Coleman to BBC Wales.
"We have Finland in a friendly and I have always said I would never leave Wales during a campaign.
Coleman has no intention of resigning and said: "I don't think that is the right thing to do. I have been here two years and managers are like stocks and shares, we are up and down.
"When we are winning, people are interested and when we are losing they are not.
"When we had a good run, I had other opportunities, but I would never ever walk out on Wales."
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Source: Coventry MAD