Defeats to Wales and Belgium have virtually ended Scotland's hopes of qualifying for the World Cup in 2014 and the country's seven-man board met to discuss their manager's future
The Scottish Football Association have confirmed that talks will continue next week over the future of manager Craig Levein.
The Scots are bottom of their World Cup qualifying group with just two points from four games, and the SFA met to discuss the manager’s position on Friday.
However, they have confirmed that talks are ongoing and an announcement is expected on Monday – just one day before Levein is due to announce his squad to face Luxembourg in the November 14 friendly.
Levein is hopeful of continuing in the job despite winning just three of his 12 competitive games as manager after taking over from George Burley in 2009.
Speaking to BBC Scotland on Wednesday, Levein said: "The squad for the Luxembourg game will be named on Tuesday and there will be an announcement before then.
"I'm hugely proud to be Scotland manager and want to continue doing the job."
He added on BBC Scotland's Sportscene: "I had a chat with Stewart Regan and Campbell Ogilvie and I'll find out one way or the other early next week," the coach told