Warren Feeney will hold talks with National League South outfit Welling United tomorrow about the possibility of staying on as manager of the club after inspiring them to avoid relegation.
The Belfast Telegraph understands that non league Welling are keen to keep Feeney and believe the former Northern Ireland striker is the man who can move the club forward.
Feeney took charge of struggling Welling in March, replacing ex-England under-21 boss Peter Taylor, and lifted the team to safety in the final 10 matches of the campaign.
It was quite an achievement for the former Linfield and Ards boss who, in his previous job, guided Pirin Blagoevgrad to Second Division title success and promotion in Bulgaria.
“It was a big challenge going in at Welling when I did, but the players responded really well and it was brilliant that we did enough to stay up. I was proud of what we achieved together,” said Feeney.
“I really enjoyed being manager of the club in the closing weeks of the season and have built good relationships with everyone.
“I know they have ambitious plans moving forward so we will sit down and have discussions this week and see what the future holds.”