Keith Millen isn't concerned over his role at Crystal Palace ahead of their next manager appointment.
The caretaker manager expects to be replaced during international week.
"Iâ€™ve been through this kind of uncertainty before and you sort of harden yourself up to it,â€ť Millen told the South London Press. â€śIt is more the effect it can have on my family, my wife and children.
â€śWe made the decision to come back home and move down here from Bristol. So sometimes that uncertainty isnâ€™t easy to handle. We are settled back here and Iâ€™m loving being here at the club. Thatâ€™s probably the toughest thing for the family to have to deal with.
â€śBut so much goes with the job that I donâ€™t really have time to think about things like that. I just have to deal with the here and now.
â€śThere are so many parts to the job - the day-to-day running of the team, training and preparation for Saturday. If Iâ€™m not thinking about football then Iâ€™m sleeping!
â€śIâ€™ve got enough to sort out and worry about to not be adding to them. Iâ€™ll not worry about my own situation until the question arises.
â€śI donâ€™t know what the co-chairmanâ€™s thoughts are. Itâ€™s not just me - there are a lot of good staff at the club.
â€śSome managers these days donâ€™t generally come with big entourages unless they are one of the bigger managers who are strong enough to bring in a lot of people.
â€śIâ€™m not sure what sort of demands will be given to whoever gets the job.â€ť
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