London, Apr 29(ANI): Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez has increased the uncertainty over his position in the club, saying that he has received no reassurances from the club's hierarchy.
"No one has spoken to me. For one year I have been listening to stories about Martin O'Neill taking my job or Klinsmann, Mourinho, Rijkaard or Hiddink," The Daily Express quoted Benitez, as saying.I have to keep doing my job. All I can do is focus on the next game," he added.
There has been speculation about the future of Benitez after his failure to challenge for the title, but Liverpool Chairman Martin Broughton had said that Benitez was still the ideal man to be manager.
"Rafa is a good manager. We want him to stay, he's contracted to stay, so I'm assuming he's staying," Broughton had said. (ANI)