Daniel Levy, chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, will reportedly wait until the summer before making a statement on the future of Jose Mourinho.
Although Spurs have secured a place in the final of the EFL Cup and are on course to qualify for the last 16 Europa League, in the Premier League, the North London outfit has fallen off the pace.
Spurs are 20 points behind the leaders of Manchester City and six points outside the Champions League spots, ahead of a crucial fixture with rivals West Ham United.
Levy is, however, willing to wait until the end of the season to see if Mourinho will offer silverware, according to ESPN.
The paper adds that if he sacks Mourinho this season, Levy faces the risk of paying out £ 30m, a situation that he is keen to avoid considering the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mourinho has a deal until the end of the 2022-23 season with Spurs.