West Brom boss Tony Pulis insists he's unconcerned with his contract running down.
Pulis, whose side host West Ham on Saturday, is into the final year of the two-and-a-half-year contract he signed on New Year's Day 2015 but the Welshman is not worried about his own future or a new deal.
''Not at all. It doesn't worry me at all,'' he said.
''I have worked before with a contract running out and you just keep working and keep going.
''I am quite confident in my own ability and in myself and if we sit down and talk about a new contract we do, if we don't, we don't. It doesn't change my view, my perspective or my attitude to doing my job.
''Every day I wake up I realise and understand how lucky I am to be in this game, irrespective of all the criticism you get or don't get. I'm a very fortunate lad and every day I'm in it I'm lucky.''