Marcelo Bielsa indicated he is willing to stay at Leeds United despite their defeat to Derby County in the Championship play-offs.
Derby lost the first leg 1-0 and were trailing in the second clash at Elland Road on Wednesday before turning the match on its head to run out 4-2 winners on the night and 4-3 on aggregate.
Former Argentina and Chile coach Bielsa signed a two-year deal on his June 2018 arrival at Leeds, who led the Championship table at Christmas but missed out on automatic promotion in the closing weeks.
“As you can imagine, it is not convenient to talk about this right now,” Bielsa told reporters after Leeds’ 15-year exile from the Premier League was extended.
“You know about this process. If the club offers me the possibility to carry on, I will listen to this proposal.”