West Brom boss Alan Pardew wants to stay - even if they're relegated this season.
The Mirror says Pardew has told West Brom he wants to stay on as boss and attempt to lead them back up if they are relegated.
Pardew has had a nightmare in The Hawthorns' hotseat since replacing Tony Pulis in November.
He has won just once in 14 Premier League games as Albion have slumped to bottom, seven points from safety with 10 games to play.
But Pardew believes the club is suffering from a long-term malaise which set in 12 months ago.