Reading boss Jaap Stam insists he will not leave the Royals any time soon
The Royals are bidding for a place in the Premier League only days after a takeover by a Thai consortium was finalised.
Meanwhile former Manchester United defender Stam has impressed in his first season in English football managerial with several teams monitoring his progress.
However the 44-year-old Dutchman is contracted at the Madejski Stadium until next summer and only has thoughts for Reading.
When asked whether the result on Monday will impact his future, Stam said: “No I don’t think so. I still have a contract over here, I love working with this team and these players.
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I’m happy with where we are at the moment
Reading boss Jaap Stam
“It would be great if we could make it to the Premier League, if not we are still in the Championship and still have a good team and a nice club. I’m happy with where we are at the moment.
“I’ve spoken to them a couple of times, they are very straightforward and very hands off. They support me and my team.”
“I want to go to the top – I’ve played at the top – and as a manager I want to go to the top hopefully with Reading. Sometimes you need to move on but I’m enjoying my time here. It doesn’t mean I need to be somewhere else next season. I have a couple of years to go hopefully.”
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