Graham Turner refused to discuss his Hereford future after ensuring their survival with a 2-1 win at Accrington.
Gavin McCallum gave the visitors a first-half lead and though Stanley levelled when Michael Symes scored a penalty following Ryan Valentine's handball in the area, McCallum's struck again late on to secure victory.
Turner, who is the principle shareholder and caretaker manager of the Bulls, said: "I cannot confirm anything at the moment, the shares are up for sale and I will talk about it later."
On his side's victory, Turner added: "Gavin has taken both his goals well. We controlled the first half and then had a 15 minute spell after the break where we looked ragged.
"But I think the penalty awarded to them was very harsh. That set them going but then we scored a cracking goal to win the game - it was a well worked goal, precision football and my worries have now eased."
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