Plymouth Argyle boss Peter Reid has stated his intention to stay at the club despite their relegation into League Two.
leaves them six points adrift of safety with only one game remaining.
Reid told BBC Spotlight: "This is a good football club - a new owner's coming in so we'll sit down and hopefully I'll be here next year.
"I'd like to stay, but there'll be pressure on next year to go up."
Argyle were docked 10 points in February as a punishment for going into administration.
"The players have given me everything they've got," Reid added.
"I'm proud of them and it's not their fault, they need to hold their heads up high.
"We just weren't good enough to clutch those 10 points back but we gave it a great shot."
Plymouth's relegation into League Two is their second in consecutive seasons, following last year's drop out of the Championship.