Bristol City caretaker boss Keith Millen confirmed his ambition to stay in charge for next season after victory over play-off hopefuls Swansea improved his record in charge to 14 points from a possible 18. "I'm aware that the chairman has been speaking to other people, but it would be a disappointment now if I wasn't involved as either manager or coach," Millen said.

"We had a very positive talk last week about the management structure without any names being mentioned. I'm just delighted to be involved in the discussions and was able to give my opinions.

"We do need some experience and how we achieve that is down to the chairman. I believe I could do the manager's job, but whatever he decides, I will hopefully be part of it."