Wales manager Chris Coleman says he is still unsure over his future, despite their 1-1 draw with Belgium last night.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey scored a late equaliser to stun the Group A winners, and ease the pressure on the Wales boss.

However, Coleman, who's contract expires in November, does not expect his future to be decided immediately.

He said:‘If I had lost these two games, I wouldn’t have been expecting to have been told I wasn’t the man to take us forward.

‘‘Equally, two great results does not mean I expect to be told I am the man to take us forward.

‘‘I’m the same manager as I was last month. I never plan differently but, ultimately, it’s about results.

‘‘My contract ends in November and we have a friendly against Finland next month and we will talk about it then.

Wales' World Cup campaign ended on a positive note, following a 2-0 win against Macedonia in Cardiff, they managed to come from behind to snatch a draw in Belgium.

It was an emotional night for captain Craig Bellamy, who was playing his last game for his country.

And it was the skipper who setup Ramsey for the goal, with Coleman full of praise for the 34-year-old.

"It was an ideal way for Craig to sign off,’’ he said.

‘‘That’s twice in four days he has played that last pass for us to score a goal and I am pleased for Aaron too, his contribution to this camp has been immense.

‘‘You always look at Aaron even when we are at full strength because of the quality he has got.

“With all the players we were missing there was even more pressure on him and he stepped up to the plate and was fantastic.

‘‘We were up against the best team by far in our group.They are a magnificent team.”

Wales finished their disappointing World Cup campaign in fifth place, with three wins, a draw in Brussels, and six defeats.

But the country will take heart from their final two games - as they now move on to the task of trying to qualify for the 2016 European Championships. 

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