Slavisa Jokanovic has not been handed an ultimatum or time frame to save his job at Fulham, according to Sky Sports.
Media reports had claimed Jokanovic had just two games to save his job at Fulham after the club dropped into the Premier League relegation places, following Saturday’s 4-2 defeat to Cardiff.
Jokanovic’s position was thought to be precarious with Fulham owner Shahid Khan reported to be ready to hold crunch talks with the Serbian in London this week.
But reports this morning suggest Fulham boss has not been handed any ultimatum by Khan, and no time frame has been put in place by the club’s board.
Jokanovic insisted after the loss at Cardiff – a defeat which meant they have gone six league games without a win – that he was the best man to turn things around at Craven Cottage.
“I can find the solution,” he said. “My job is to keep working and fighting to find the solution.
“Last year people were against us, but we found a way to improve ourselves and be more competitive. We showed some positive things, but the negative things are killing us. I will keep going and keep working for my best XI.”
Fulham’s next two league games are against Bournemouth and Huddersfield with a Carabao Cup match against Manchester City sandwiched in the middle.