Bournemouth caretaker boss Gary O'Neil expecting decisions this week

Bournemouth caretaker boss Gary O’Neil admits he could know his future this week.

O’Neil was speaking after their 1-1 draw at Newcastle.

He said, “It is a good point for us, it is a tough place to come. The boys stood up. I am a little bit disappointed with the penalty but we would have taken a point before. I am pleased the boys got something out of it because they put in a hell of a shift.

“We had a couple of plans prepared so the boys were prepared to flip between them. We changed it a little bit second half and had to give up a little bit of ground but I never really felt under threat. I am relatively pleased.

“They [the players] will show spirit every game. It is such a tough league so we will reset. This game means nothing as of tomorrow. This game won’t help you in the next one. I am just delighted for the lads, everyone, the fans because it is a hell of a long way to come. We appreciate their support – the boys need them in those tough moments where they have to dig in.

“I will be finding out what’s happening club wise next week and see what the plan is happening. If it is me we’ll get back to work on the grass with the lads. I have no idea what’s happening – I knew I was taking today and I don’t know about further, I guess I’ll find out tomorrow.”