Alan Curtis says he's happy to continue managing Swansea in the short term despite the lack of assurances over his future.
Since Garry Monk's sacking on December 10, Curtis has been at the helm and is guaranteed to remain in place for the club's first match of the new year - a visit to Manchester United.
Curtis remains focused on activities on the pitch and said: "If we had lost four games then there would have been huge pressure on the club to appoint a new manager.
"But the results and performances have been good. Most importantly the performances are good. We've shown a lot of spirit and character and showed the ability to play the type of game we want to play."