Aston Villa's caretaker coach Kevin MacDonald has already turned his attention to Thursday's Europa League clash with Rapid Vienna after their horror 6-0 loss to Newcastle United in the league on Sunday.
MacDonald, who is overseeing the Villains after Martin O'Neill's shock departure on the eve of the season, couldn't work out why his side crashed so badly at St James' Park but is focusing on the upcoming European qualifier which is delicately poised at 1-1 after the first leg in Austria.
"I don't think it changes my views at the moment, and my views are that maybe by the end of next week when we have finished all those games, I will be able to sit down and think is it what I want to do or is it not what I want to do?" he said.
"We have got a big game coming up on Thursday which we have got to get back up for to try to get into the Europa League.
"One or two of the young lads who have played three games in a week, maybe it was too much for them, so I will accept responsibility. It was me who chose the team."
Need your Aston Villa news fix? Click here for all Villa news and transfer rumours.