Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock says his future will be in the hands of club bosses come the end of the season.

Speaking to WalesOnline, Warnock added that he does not want to ‘let down’ the club’s fans because of the support they have given him.

The 70-year-old joined the Bluebirds in October 2016 having left Rotherham United earlier that year after guiding them to safety.

In his second season in charge at the Welsh club, the Yorkshireman guided them to the Premier League, finishing second in the Championship behind Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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With six matches of the season to go Cardiff sit 18th in the Premier League table, five points behind 17th-placed Southampton.

Guiding the Bluebirds to safety would be a fantastic achievement given the size of the club and budget afforded to him, and Warnock explained that it has been his best and worst season as a manager.

Initially answering a question on his future, he said:

Vincent will decide himself I think at the end of the season. I speak to Vincent and Mehmet (Dalman) quite a lot but we’ll see what happens — what will be will be. In a way, it’s been my best season as a manager with what we’ve achieved, but I also know it’s been my worst, definitely my toughest with everything else that’s happened. You can’t legislate for some of the things that have happened. From a football perspective Chelsea was like nothing I’ve seen, but then to go and put in a stint like we did at Man City after that I thought was fantastic. There’s still a big chance for us, especially with our fans playing their part. I’ve never seen anything like our fans and that’s why I’d never let them down.

Next up for Warnock’s side is a trip north to Burnley this coming Saturday.

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