The 73-year-old Premier League coach will see his contract expired in the summer but admits that his future with the club is still “undecided”.
manager and the oldest person to ever take a managerial position in thePremier League
, Roy Hodgson, has yet to decide on his coaching future at Selhurst Park before his contract expiration in the summer.
The 73-year-old, who is currently spending his fourth year with Palace, talked to
about his future amid speculations regarding his coaching position, saying:
"It's been a long time in football and I have enjoyed every minute and I still am enjoying every minute working with Crystal Palace and with this group of players.”
"And especially when you have a couple of good results - it makes you feel even better about things.”
"I don't really want to be in a situation where I constantly have to talk about my future, because to be fair one has to be realistic.”
"It's been a long time and I am undecided as to what the future should hold for me but I'm really perfectly happy at the moment to be enjoying the day-to-day and leaving the future to some extent to take care of itself and maybe things will become clearer to me as the season progresses.”
"At the moment, it is a good moment in time and I am enjoying it and we are doing pretty well so why not just keep enjoying the moment and not be worrying too much about what the future holds because I don't have a situation where by a family is depending on me working in the future like so many other people in my profession."
Throughout his managerial career, which commenced in 1976, Hodgson has been in charge of several international teams of which 14 years were spent in England.