Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin has refused to comment on his future until the end of the season.
The Bianconeri have endured an underwhelming season, sitting in 13th place with two matches remaining.
Nevertheless, they were 5-3 victors over Livorno in their last encounter and the tactician stressed the importance of finishing on a high.
“Everything went well against Livorno,” Guidolin said at a Press conference today. “I experimented to an extent, for example by playing with a four man defence. It was very positive.
“Now we head to Verona, where we expect a full crowd and great enthusiasm from them.
“It will be a difficult match but we will go for it.
“We only need two more points to average 60 points over the last three seasons. For a club like Udinese that is very important.
“Regrets? It would be pointless to have any, we deserve to be where we are in the table.
“As far as my future goes, I’m not discussing it. You will know everything at the end of the season.”
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