Daily Star 9/2/13
By Tim Gray
NEIL WARNOCK believes his future as Leeds manager will be decided over the next six games.
His current deal runs out in June and he knows he will almost certainly need to win promotion to clinch a new contract.
But the Elland Road boss has already ruled out a top-two finish and admits the play-offs are “a long shot”.
Leeds go into today’s crunch clash at Wolves six points adrift of the top six.
Warnock said: “My future has not been discussed because I just want to concentrate on the rest of this season.
“I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t think we could get promoted.
“And I still think there is a chance for a late spurt, because we have been more consistent over the past few weeks.
“But it is a long shot now because two or three teams are almost decided for the play-offs.
“We are capable of having that run we need but now we have got to do the hard things.
“The next six games will give us a good idea.”