Siewert, who has been publicly backed by chairman Dean Hoyle this week, has already started preparing for the future and when asked whether he will stay in West Yorkshire, he defiantly responded: "Yes."
Siewert was speaking ahead of the visit of Leicester this weekend and pointed out that his players should be champing at the bit to feature at the elite level in the coming weeks.
He said: "It's about enjoying playing in the Premier League because you never know in football or life when you will come back to the Premier League.
"I don't want to forget any of the other ones because they are all great teams. Let's enjoy these games and go away and be passionate about winning these games.
"The challenge for the players is to go into each game with the disappointment but knowing there is still something to achieve."