The future of Blackburn manager Steve Kean may not be decided until next month after co-owner Venkatesh Rao admitted everything was in "confusion".
Speculation about the Rovers boss has increased following the club's relegation from the Barclays Premier League, but despite the Scot travelling to India to meet executives of club owners Venky's, his situation remains unclear.
Kean was back at the club's Brockhall training ground yesterday and Rao said a decision on his future may not come for a while.
"Still everything is in confusion so I would say in the next month we will have a proper situation to talk about," he told Sky Sports News.
"In the next month let us see what happens. We are talking about various things, so many, about the manager, about the players, about staff, about the club.
"Nothing will be said right away so I would say kindly bear with us for some time and then the whole picture will be clear.
"Getting relegated is not good news for anybody and we have to come back very strongly, and I hope that by taking the right decisions we have to come back at any cost.
"Right now we are totally in shock so let us take it step by step.
"We are still rectifying the whole thing as a club and we are in the middle of the process."