Neil Warnock says he needs to “let things settle” in terms of discussing his future after Cardiff’s relegation from the Premier League was confirmed. Cardiff joined Fulham and Huddersfield in exiting the top flight after away-day specialists Crystal Palace won 3-2 in the Welsh capital.
The result secured Brighton’s Premier League safety. Asked about his future as Cardiff begin contemplating a return to the Sky Bet Championship, manager Warnock said: “I think we’ve just (got) to relax for a few days and have a think about everything. “I’ve got to let things settle and not do anything rash. I’ve not spoken to anybody.
You can’t make rash judgements at this stage of the season with one game to go. “Mehmet (Dalman, Cardiff chairman) has been amazing with me, so I’m sure we will have a chat, either today, this weekend or the next couple of weeks. “I will be working next year, I will have a year somewhere. I am looking forward to that challenge again now. “It’s been a great experience for me, and probably my best job ever to have done what we’ve done with the club.
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I’m right proud of the club. “Everybody is disappointed when you suffer a relegation. It would be wrong not to feel like that, if you’re not hurt.
But I can’t be any prouder. “I think when you look back to when I came to the club, I thought the club was broken, I thought it was really in a poor state. “I think the club is almost reborn now. I’m so proud that the fans have been like they have been because I’ve never experienced anything like that in my career. “As daft as it sounds, I think this season has been the best I’ve ever had in management. I’m quite proud of what we’ve achieved, and we’ve got relegated. It is a difficult thing to digest, but that’s how I feel.”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.