Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock hasn’t ruled out continuing his managerial career beyond the current season.
BBC Sport write that Warnock will be hoping for a positive result against Wolverhampton Wanderers tonight ahead of his 70th birthday tomorrow.
The Yorkshireman began his managerial career with Scarborough in 1987, meaning his time in the profession now spans over 30 years.
The Bluebirds are the 17th club he has taken charge of, and his current contract in South Wales runs until the end of this campaign.
On his future, he said:
I said I was going to retire at 55, and then it was going to be 58 and then 60. I just don’t know what to say really, because I don’t know. You can’t replicate that day to day dressing room banter, no matter what you do, whether it be shopping or taking the dogs out.
When you’re out of work and the phone doesn’t go, you do tend to get under the missus’ feet, and there’s only so many things you can do while your mind is active.
Cardiff currently sit 19th in the Premier League table after 13 rounds of matches, and Warnock also admitted he could be susceptible to the sack should results not improve in the near future.