Premier League: Keith Millen happy to remain in caretaker charge of Crystal Palace
Keith Millen has told Sky Sports News that he is happy to continue managing Crystal Palace for as long as they need him.
Last Updated: 23/11/13 12:21pm
Millen has been in caretaker charge at Selhurst Park since Ian Holloway left the club last month and looks set to remain in that role for Saturday's Premier League trip to Hull City.
He told Sky Sports News: "I spoke to the chairman (Steve Parish) on Sunday. He asked me to organise this week's training and prepare for the Hull game on Saturday. That's as much as I know at the moment."
Millen has been in charge for Palace's last three fixtures and he is grateful for the faith shown in him by the club.
"I am pleased that the chairman has showed trust in me," he said. "He's not had to rush into filling the position and that's good from my point of view.
"I'm happy to carry on doing it until the chairman feels he's found the right person. We're not in panic stations. The players are in a good frame of mind. They trained on Monday morning and we're trying to stay focused on Saturday's game."
Millen admits he is unsure whether he will retain a position at the club once a new manager is appointed.
"I'd like to (stay)," he said. "I know how it works, some managers like to bring their own people in. I love working at Crystal Palace and am enjoying my time here.
"When someone comes in I'm sure I'll sit down with the chairman and the new manager and discuss the future."