Bucs head coach Eric Tinkler has spoken about his job, after failing to win a trophy and a miserable league campaign.
To his credit he finished runners up in the Caf Confederation Cup and the Nedbank Cup.
“When it comes to my future… it is not entirely in my hands,” Tinkler told the media.
“Obviously you are judged on performances and winning trophies. I have ended the season having not achieved anything which is a massive disappointment. I’m sure we will find out in a week or two what will happen,” he said.
However Tinkler is determined to stay at the club and prove himself.
“The club will make a decision on that in the next couple of weeks because the season is officially over and preparations are starting for new season.
“There is a pre-season that the team need to go on. Players only have a five-week break then you go down to business. I will assume that it will be taken care of in the next coming weeks.
“If I’m asked to remain, I will do so. My contract stated that it was a one-year with an option, if the club takes that option I will be very happy to stay,” added Tinkler.