New York Knicks head coach Mike Woodson is hopeful of keeping his job despite what has been a nightmare campaign for his side.
Woodson has been linked with a move away from the New York Knicks for some time now and talk of his reported departure from Madison Square Garden has been mooted once again.
The New York Knicks' campaign came to an end last night as the Eastern Conference franchise failed to beat the Atlanta Hawks to eighth spot.
New York Knicks chief Phil Jackson could decide to show Woodson the exit door after a dreadful season in charge of a side that consists of world-class players such as Carmelo Anthony and Iman Shumpert.
However Woodson believes his proposed exit is not yet a forgone conclusion as Jackson and Co. are yet to make a decision on his long-term future at the Garden.
Woodson told the New York Post: “If they bring me back, I’m going to make damn sure this doesn’t happen again.
“I hope [I’ll know] soon. There’s been enough said about my job all year from you guys. Hopefully soon I’ll know my destination on where I’m going to be."
The New York Knicks were linked with making a move for former player and current Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson at the end of March - however it remains to be seen whether the 49-year-old would be willing to swap the Oracle Arena for Madison Square Garden.