The Welsh membership misplaced their struggle to stay within the top-flight as they had been overwhelmed 3-2 at dwelling to Crystal Palace
Neil Warnock is unsure whether or not he’ll stay at Cardiff Metropolis following their relegation from the Premier League.
The 70-year-old has no plans to retire from administration however says he’ll ‘let the mud settle’ earlier than holding talks with Bluebirds proprietor Vincent Tan and chairman Mehmet Dalman over his future on the membership.
“I feel we’ve simply (obtained) to chill out for just a few days and have a take into consideration every thing,” stated Warnock, after the defeat to Crystal Palace which consigned his aspect to the drop.
“I’ve obtained to let issues settle and never do something rash. I’ve not spoken to anyone. You’ll be able to’t make rash judgements at this stage of the season with one sport to go.
“Mehmet has been superb with me, so I’m certain we can have a chat, both immediately, this weekend or the following couple of weeks.
“I will likely be working subsequent yr, I’ll have a yr someplace. I’m wanting ahead to that problem once more now.”
Talking to talkSPORT after the dramatic 3-2 reverse at dwelling to Palace, Warnock praised the efforts of his aspect as he claimed this season has been the very best of his 40-year managerial profession.
Written off by many following their shock promotion from the Championship, Cardiff have battled bravely in opposition to the percentages within the top-flight and have needed to deal with the tragic demise of file signing Emiliano Sala.
“Once I got here to the membership it was in a tough state of affairs, it was a torn aside a little bit bit. Now we’ve united the membership and we’re alive and kicking,” stated Warnock.
“I wager there has by no means been a crew relegated the place the followers have made such a noise after the sport. They’re superb the followers, they’ve been all season, and I’m proper proud to handle them.
“That is my 40th yr in administration and I feel it’s probably the greatest seasons – if not the very best season – I’ve ever had in administration with what I’ve needed to undergo and nonetheless be wanting as good-looking as I’m.”
Warnock refuses to be downbeat about Cardiff’s relegation and says the tragic demise of Sala places every thing into perspective.
“I’ve had 40 years in administration and you’ve got roughly seen every thing that may be thrown at you, however this got here out of the blue,” he stated.
“It places it into perspective. We’ve obtained relegated however the lad has misplaced his life. We’re upset however we are able to go once more.
“Emiliano, I spent a few months getting him and I advised him ‘we’re going to create probabilities and you’re going to rating them’ as a result of I’m certain he would have accomplished.
I assumed ten targets within the second half of the season from him would have undoubtedly obtained us secure.
“It was a significant blow at a time the place we couldn’t actually exit and get anyone else.
“I don’t suppose I realised on the time emotionally how a lot it took out of me as a result of it did. It was a really, very tough time.”